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  1. Best of CES

  2. Tanli Yang, a journalist with China Global Television Network, performs yoga poses with Walker, an intelligent humanoid service robot, at the UB Tech booth during the 2020 CES in Las Vegas, Nevada. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  3. RoboSea's Robo-Shark, a multi-joint bionic robot fish for underwater exploration. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  4. A Robomantis general purpose robot is displayed in the Motiv Robotics booth. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  5. Jacob Velarde demonstrates a SUblue Seabow electronic kickboard. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  6. A Hobot 298, a window-cleaning robot with ultrasonic spray, cleans a window. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  7. Attendees try out RealMax augmented reality headsets. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  8. The BellaBot delivery robot maneuvers around a course in the PuduTech booth. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  9. A ProPilot golf ball, using Nissan's ProPilot Assist technology, drives itself into the hole. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  10. The S-A1, an electric flying taxi developed with Uber, is displayed in the Hyundai booth. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  11. A demonstrator plays against Forpheus, a 6th generation AI-equipped robotic table tennis tutor, in the Omron booth. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  12. Li Chen of Unitree Robotics operates animal-inspired robots. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  13. A demonstrator plays against Forpheus, a 6th generation AI-equipped robotic table tennis tutor, in the Omron booth. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  14. Ivanka Trump, daughter of President Donald Trump, speaks in a keynote address. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  15. The M Vision S, a hydrogen fuel cell-powered, autonomous concept car, displayed at the Hyundai Mobiis booth. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  16. How Hong (L) of Canada tries out a driving simulator in the Formula One Esports League booth. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  17. The Nissan Ariya concept car, an electric crossover SUV. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  18. The Mercedes-Benz Vision AVTR concept car, inspired by the Avatar movies, is displayed after an unveiling at a Daimler keynote address. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  19. A view of the Mercedes-Benz Vision AVTR concept car. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  20. A woman demonstrates the Gait Enhancing & Motivating System, or GEMS, as Federico Casalegno, senior vice president and head of the Samsung Design Innovation Centre, stands by during a Samsung keynote address. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  21. A Mimic Go, a portable security device with sensors that can detect motion and give audio, visual or text alerts, is displayed at CES. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  22. An interior view of the Byton M-Byte all-electric SUV, expected to enter mass production this year, is shown at a news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  23. "Reachy," an open-source robot by Pollen Robotics. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  24. A Pampers diaper with activity sensor, for monitoring moisture and also sleep patterns, part of a Lumi by Pampers baby monitoring system. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  25. Saaya Okuda of Yukai Engineering, holds a Qoobo therapeutic robot, a cushion with a tail that moves the tail depending on how it's caressed. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  26. A Stopskate wireless braking system for inline skates. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  27. A Tropos Motors electric fire response vehicle. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  28. Violette LeFranc and Timoti Prigent model augmented reality glasses in the KistaKlub booth. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  29. Duolab, a home device which blends and warms a personalized face cream product. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  30. A Karma SC1 Vision concept car, with Skip Gen 3.0, Spider 3.0 and OneConnect technologies, is displayed in the Panasonic booth. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  31. Lovot companion robots by Groove X wander in front their booth. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  32. Flexible batteries by Libest, which are built into watch bands to extend the life of smart watches. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  33. An electrode cap, part of a stress EEG assessment system, is displayed in the Hipposcreen Neurotech booth. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  34. The Sero, a television that can be viewed horizontally or vertically, is displayed in the Samsung booth. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  35. Chad George models a smart anti-snore pillow, which automatically gently inflates to change the head angle if snoring is detected, in the Ten Minds booth. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  36. Smart road studs, which can monitor vehicle traffic and road conditions, are displayed in the Valerann UK booth. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  37. A Tali fully-connected, smart helmet with navigation, lights and photochomic visor. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  38. A Yummly wireless, smart meat thermometer is displayed. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  39. A Quasar bidirectional charger, from house to electric car or, if needed, from car to house, is displayed in the Wallbox booth. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  40. Technics EAH-AZ70W noise-cancelling wireless headphones. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  41. A man looks over a Porsche Design/Huawei Mate 30 RS 5 G phone. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  42. Star Wars stormtroopers make an appearance at a Panasonic news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  43. Dr. Tadashi Ted Funahashi, chief innovation officer at Kaiser Permanente Southern California, talks about the Samsung HeartWise healthcare mobile app at Samsung keynote address. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

  44. An Intel Tiger Lake chip is displayed at an Intel news conference. REUTERS/Steve Marcus