CES® 2017 at UCLA Anderson
January 12, 2017
11:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Executive Dining Room, UCLA Anderson
We have grown to expect tech innovations to help solve our business and personal problems. Questions such as what will be the wearable device that will bring VR/AR into the business world and will machine learning and artificial intelligence free me from needing to drive my car and make my home sustainable and secure, have become commonplace today. Cutting edge tech innovations are displayed at the annual CES event in Las Vegas each year.
The third annual CES 2017 at UCLA Anderson, an exclusive event where you get up-close and personal access to leading-edge tech, was held January 12, 2017. A diverse mix of groups joined us to participate; progressive startups from L.A., Silicon Beach and the UCLA Anderson community, groundbreaking technologies and prototypes from labs across UCLA, and key exhibitors from CES 2017 in Las Vegas.
The themes for the CES 2017 event included Wearables, Internet of Things, Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality, Machine Learning/ Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Autonomous Vehicles, and Smart Homes. Over 400 people participated in the talks and panels during the day. These components were followed by technology exhibits at Anderson Afternoons, a reception sponsored by the Easton Technology Management Center. This event was held in partnership with CTA, the entity that organizes CES Las Vegas.