Whereas CES cast forward with an in-person trade show this year, WIRED took its HQ digital. The excellent news is, we’re lots used to it by now! And on-line or in-person, CES continues to be top-of-the-line alternatives to catch a glimpse of the place shopper tech is headed. We held insightful conversations and panels on Wednesday from the inventors, executives, and thinkers shaping that future.
Sure, TV corporations have rolled out their normal eye-popping shows. However this yr’s present has to date been outlined extra by transportation and smart-home advances and, sure, the occasional NFT tie-in. At WIRED HQ, we dived into the future of autonomous driving, each on the road and on the farm. We explored the continuing upheavals on the intersection of tech and democracy. And we capped issues off with a particular live edition of the Gadget Lab podcast, that includes WIRED’s trusty crew of shopper expertise journalists.
Missed a session? Catch the replays under.
CES WIRED HQ
CES 2022: What to Expect
Brian Barrett, WIRED; and Lauren Goode, WIRED
The Future of Autonomous Driving On- and Off-Road
Aubrey Donnellan, Bear Flag Robotics; Jody Kelman, Lyft; and Aarian Marshall, WIRED
CTRL ALT DEL—Rebooting the Role of Technology in Geo-Politics
Will Hurd, Former Congressman; and Brian Barrett, WIRED
Gadget Lab Live
Michael Calore, WIRED; Julian Chokkattu, WIRED; Lauren Goode, WIRED; and Adrienne So, WIRED
Sponsored Dialog by Abbott Laboratories
From Concepts to Market: The Subsequent Technology of Medical Units
Lisa Earnhardt, Abbott Laboratories; and Brian Barrett, WIRED
Sponsored Dialog by Moen
The Invisible Sensible Dwelling
Mark-Hans Richer, Moen; and Brian Barrett, WIRED
Extra Nice WIRED Tales