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AI at CES 2019 – approach with extreme caution

Injecting a piece of new programmable software into a product alongside some generic algorithms and calling it artificially intelligent is not a new phenomenon, yet CES more than any other trade show is the place where you can bet your hat on quasi-AI being most rampant. Nevertheless, we have hand-picked a few TV-related AI announcements from the show which we feel are worth investigating – some of which are more obviously genuine innovations than others. First off, the US arm of Chinese electronics heavyweight, Hisense USA, used CES to launch a trio of new TV models all powered by so-called AI chips to improve picture quality based on the content being viewed. Hisense says its AI algorithms can improve motion…

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