Best of CES 2021 – Privacy & Trust With Amazon, Google & Twitter – Super Session - #4 - ShowStoppers – Las Vegas Convention Center - David L. “Money Train” Watts – FuTurXTV – Rattle Radio – David Velo Stewart - HHBMedia
Rajeev Chand, Partner & Head of Research at Wing Venture Capital (Moderator), Keith Enright, Chief Privacy ...
Rajeev Chand, Partner & Head of Research at Wing Venture Capital (Moderator), Keith Enright, Chief Privacy Officer at Google, Damien Kieran, Chief Privacy Officer at Twitter, Anne Toth, Director of Alexa Trust
The first-ever, all-digital CES 2021 made history as the largest digital tech event. Almost 2000 companies unveiled next-gen innovation for a better future. Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), the all-digital CES 2021 featured product launches from startups to tech giants, keynotes from global industry leaders, live entertainment from Hollywood and more than 100 hours of conference programming.
“The all-digital CES 2021 engaged the global tech community to experience innovation, make connections and conduct business,” said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CTA. “CES showed how the pandemic accelerated the arc of innovation and illustrated the resilience and innovative spirit of our industry. From the latest innovations for the home and entertainment, and advances in 5G, vehicle technology, AI and digital health, the technologies at CES 2021 will pave the way for a brighter tomorrow.”
CES 2021 kicked off Jan. 11 with Media Day, featuring 19 press conferences with companies including Bosch, Canon, Caterpillar, Hisense, Intel, LG Electronics, Mercedes-Benz, Panasonic, Samsung Electronics and Sony breaking news and launching products. Trends from Media Day focused on “the home” with innovation that personalizes work, health and entertainment at home, as well as advancements in transportation and mobility.