CES 2019 had nothing to say about the biggest conversation in techGet the Full StoryWhile CES sets the tech trends for the year, it rarely sets the tone. The giant-size tech carnival is a great place to see the latest TVs, smart home gadgets, and self-driving vehicle tech, but it's also a bubble. Hype and excitement over mostly incremental upgrades is epidemic at the show, and it has very little to do with our real-world relationship with technology.
If there was any doubt about that, it was made jarringly clear on Thursday when news broke that Amazon-owned company Ring, fresh from a CES 2019 launch where it debuted a slew of new smart-home security products, had been using human contractors to review and label some customers' doorbell-cam footage in lieu of an actual AI. Read more...More about Samsung, Privacy, Ces, Lg, and Data Privacy