When Tech Collides And Robots Die: The Video

 Thursday, January 10, 2019


I am supposed to be at CES in Las Vegas this week. Colloquially known as the “Consumer Electronics Show,” CES is the largest technology exposition and conference in the world. Last year 189,000 people swarmed sessions and exhibits in 11 Las Vegas locations to catch a glimpse of the technology that will change our lives in the near future. I am supposed to be among them right now, but alas, a medical issue at home and a death in the family changed those plans. It’s too bad, because CES got off with a bang this year, when a robot that was making its way to its display booth was run over by a Tesla in autonomous driving mode. And here we thought all these robots and artificial intelligence machines were going to kill us humans instead.