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Giving gadgets brains will be a hot theme at the Consumer Electronics Show set to open in Las Vegas, with device-makers big and small touting hardware with "smarts".One of the largest trade shows in the world, the Jan. 9-12 CES will attract about 170,000 visitors and 3,900 exhibitors from 150 countries and will showcase innovations in computers, gaming, robotics, vehicle technology, virtual and augmented reality and more.Still, says Gartner analyst Brian Blau, large and small tech firms are locked in battle to be at the heart of smart homes and devices.Carolina Milanesi of the consultancy Creative Strategies said major electronics firms like Bosch, Panasonic, Sony and Samsung are looking to showcase how several devices can work together with a connected hub.Bob O'Donnell, analyst with Technalysis Research, said artificial intelligence also opens the door to "computer vision" used in drones, autonomous cars and robotics, which will be showcased at CES.Although CES ends just days ahead of a major Detroit auto show, O'Donnell said automakers are eager to show their new technology to a wider public.
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