Robots Are Everywhere at the Year's Biggest Tech Show

Augmented reality, autonomous vehicles and more from CES 2018.
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Electric and driverless are playing a big part at this year's CES, as makers of high-tech cameras, batteries and artificial intelligence software vie to climb into automakers' dashboards.

Attendees walk through the entrance to the LG Electronics booth.

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An Ubtech Lynx humanoid robot performs a dance.

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Toyota's Concept-i, left, and Concept- i Ride, right.

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An attendee plays ping-pong with the Omron Forpheus robot.

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An exhibitor, left, takes a photograph of an attendee using the Eastman Kodak Printomatic camera.

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An attendee wearing a Samsung Electronics Gear virtual reality headset rides the Flying Dino simulator.

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The steering wheel of the Byton electric concept vehicle.

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An attendee wears a Lenovo augmented reality headset while playing a Star Wars: Jedi Challenges game.

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The Lenovo Mirage Solo VR headset with Google Daydream and Mirage Camera.

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The Electra Meccanica Vehicles Solo three-wheeled, single-passenger electric vehicle.

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Richard Yu, chief executive officer of Huawei Technologies Co., holds the Mate 10 Pro smartphone while speaking during the company's keynote event.

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A ForwardX Robotics CX-1 self-driving, intelligent, carry-on suitcase moves among attendees.

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The Bellus3D Inc. Face Camera Pro performs a three-dimensional scan of an attendee's face.

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Spartan SAS radiation-blocking boxer briefs worn by attendees.

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Jen-Hsun Huang, president and chief executive officer of Nvidia Corp., holds the Nvidia Drive Pegasus RoboTaxi AI computer during an event.

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An attendee wears and holds a Helite wearable airbag that protect seniors against hip fractures.

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A Mira Fertility personalized ovulation-monitoring system.

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An attendee tries a FoldiMate Inc. robotic laundry-folding machine.

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A U by Moen Inc. digital shower controller.

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The Cocoon Cam Clarity baby-vital-signs monitor and app are displayed over a crib.

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The LG Electronics Inc. CLOi Serving Robot (left), Porter Robot (center) and Shopping Cart Robot.

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The Toyota Motor Corp. E-Palette concept vehicle on display at the company's press conference.

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Attendees take photographs of the Sony Corp. Aibo dog at the company's booth.

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An attendee wears a Sony Corp. PlayStation 4 virtual reality (VR) headset.

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Attendees take photographs of the Samsung Electronics Co. Family Hub stainless steel smart refrigerator.

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An attendee wears Vuzix Corp. Blade augmented reality (AR) glasses enabled with Amazon.com Inc. Alexa voice assistant, during the Pepcom Digital Experience event.

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Grains move across the surface of a Bravia brand organic light-emitting diode (OLED) television screen as Acoustic Surface technology is demonstrated at the Sony Corp. booth.

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A representative demonstrates the Lenovo Group Ltd. Smart Display with Google Assistant.

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A Dell Inc. XPS 15" XPS 2-in-1 laptop computer is displayed before the company's press conference.

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