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Daimler chairman of the board of management Ola Källenius unveiled the latest concept car from the company at CES 2020 (photo: CES)

CES 2020 wraps: AI and 5G define the future of innovation

CES 2020 ended on 10 January, following a week filled with over 20 000 product debuts unveiling the future of technology. More than 4400 exhibiting companies launched their latest tech products to some 170 000 attendees across more than 2.9M net square feet of exhibit space. From global tech brands to pioneering start-ups, the innovation at CES 2020 could revolutionise markets and change our world for the better.

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Lesley Rohrbaugh, CTA’s director of research, presents tech trends to watch (photo: CES)

CES 2020 opened with innovations that could change the world

CES 2020 opened on 7 January unveiling the next generation of innovation that is expected to redefine industries, create jobs and solve many of society’s challenges. With more than 4400 exhibiting companies, including 1200 start-ups, CES 2020 featured the latest transformative technologies, including 5G, artificial intelligence, vehicle technology, digital health and more.

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A concept cockpit from Canatu (photo: Canatu)

Canatu raises €15M funding from DENSO Corporation, 3M Ventures and Faurecia

Canatu Oy (Helsinki, Finland) recently announced a capital raise of €15M in total, from the new investor 3M Ventures, as well as the existing investors DENSO Corporation (leading the round) and Faurecia.

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