TECH BYTE: CES 2023 Highlights

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (WDEF) — More than 3,200 exhibitors from all over the world came out to Las Vegas for CES 2023.

And there was no shortage of cool, high-tech products.

Wouldn’t it be cool if your dog or cat could talk to you?

Now they can, thanks to FluentPet.

All your pet has to do is push a button to communicate with you – whether they want a treat, or to go for a walk.

The corresponding FluentPet smartphone app can also help you track their progress as they learn to talk with the buttons.

Mowing the lawn isn’t always fun. Why not have a robot do it for you?

Yarbo is autonomous. It uses artificial intelligence to move through your yard, so you don’t have to worry about mowing the grass, or clearing snow.

You shouldn’t have to worry about it hitting anything either. The robot has sensors for that.

And speaking of yard work, but on a much bigger scale, John Deere has a robotic attachment for its self driving tractor that can tell the difference between crops and weeds.

This helps farmers use less weed killer.

Tractors aren’t the only things driving themselves.

Yes, there was also a self-driving baby stroller at CES this year.

It’s from GlüxKind.

The “Ella” stroller serves as both an extra set of eyes and hands.

Its sensors help it to not run into anything, and the stroller can stop on its own if it gets too far away from you.

“Ella” also helps parents get a little more peace and quiet, with an automatic Rock-My-Baby feature, and a built-in White Noise Machine, so your little one can get some sleep.

Dates have already been announced for next year’s Consumer Electronics Show.

It’ll be January 9-12, 2024.

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