Conference Track

Service Robotics Arrive in Daily Life

Service robots are becoming an integral part of people's daily lives globally. Discover how robots and AI are changing how we purchase and use consumer goods in the home and workplace.

Price: $400

Thursday, January 10

9:00 – 10:00 AM

Conference Session

Looking Ahead to Our Lives With Robots

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

Our forward-thinking visionary experts will share their insights on the how and why robots are becoming an integral part of our daily lives, how they will shape our future purchases, and how we consume them.

10:15 – 11:15 AM

Conference Session

Household Robots: Doing the Chores We Don't Want to Do

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

Consumers are looking for robot butlers and maids to do everyday chores—vacuuming, lawn mowing, cleaning—that they don’t want to do. Learn the latest innovations and future market trends as robots become an integral part of the home ecosystem.

11:30 – 12:30 PM

Conference Session

On the Menu: Robots Cook Up Faster Food

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

Diners demand efficiency and speed when they eat out. As robots enter restaurant kitchens, they enable orders to be filled with speed, cleanliness and customization. See an array of examples of how robots are becoming the next generation of chefs.

1:00 – 2:00 PM

Conference Session

Can Robots and Automation Revitalize Retail?

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

Technology continues to enhance the in-store shopping experience and robots are creating more personalized service. By tracking inventory and doing other backend functions by helping customers find items, and monitoring changing consumer habits, robots are breathing new life into retail. Learn the latest trends and innovations.

2:15 – 3:15 PM

Conference Session

Creating Tomorrow's Robotic Caregivers

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

Despite alarmist headlines, robots can benefit humanity in many ways. In caring for the elderly, children with autism and people with special needs, robots can interact with individuals on their terms. Learn how robots can help caregivers support their loved ones.

3:30 – 4:30 PM

Conference Session

R2-D2 or C-3PO? Should General-Purpose Robots Be Humanoid?

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

Pop culture continues to influence our perception of how robots should look and act. In reality, only now can some robots walk, talk and look us in the eye. How soon will robots multitask without users needing a Ph.D.?

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