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It’s the second day of CES, which means a new group of exciting and cutting edge technologies and services took the stage in Las Vegas for all the world to see.

On Tuesday, the public was amazed by a pizza making robot, saw a wristband that helps you say ‘no’ to junk food and awed at what could be the world’s first flying taxi.

Google also made an appearance with a new privacy ‘undo’ feature to its Assistant voice technology and Segway let attendees take a spin in its personal pod-like transporter inspired by the movie Jurassic World. 

The four-day show is a place for companies to unveil their products and services for the coming year, with artificial intelligence, digital health and surveillance technologies being among the hot topics this year.

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It is the second day of CES, which means a new group of exciting and cutting edge technologies and services took the stage in Las Vegas for all the world to see. The four-day show is a place for companies to unveil their products and services for the coming year, with artificial intelligence, digital health and surveillance technologies being among the hot topics this year

It is the second day of CES, which means a new group of exciting and cutting edge technologies and services took the stage in Las Vegas for all the world to see. The four-day show is a place for companies to unveil their products and services for the coming year, with artificial intelligence, digital health and surveillance technologies being among the hot topics this year

It is the second day of CES, which means a new group of exciting and cutting edge technologies and services took the stage in Las Vegas for all the world to see. The four-day show is a place for companies to unveil their products and services for the coming year, with artificial intelligence, digital health and surveillance technologies being among the hot topics this year

Using DNA to discover our ancestors has become a major trend over the past few years and firms are now using it to uncover hidden secrets of our health.

A London startup unveiled a wristband that aims to help the wearer make healthier diet choices at the grocery store – using their own DNA.

Called DnaNudge, this technology collects your DNA through a cheek swab and sends data related to nutrition to a wristband. 

If your results show you have a genetic predisposition like high blood pressure, the wristband will tell you to stay away from salty snacks. 

A London startup has developed a wristband that aims to help the wearer make healthier diet choices at the grocery store - using their own DNA. Called DnaNudge, this technology collects your DNA through a cheek swab and sends data related to nutrition to a wristband

A London startup has developed a wristband that aims to help the wearer make healthier diet choices at the grocery store - using their own DNA. Called DnaNudge, this technology collects your DNA through a cheek swab and sends data related to nutrition to a wristband

A London startup has developed a wristband that aims to help the wearer make healthier diet choices at the grocery store – using their own DNA. Called DnaNudge, this technology collects your DNA through a cheek swab and sends data related to nutrition to a wristband

If your results show you have a genetic predisposition like high blood pressure, the wristband will tell you to stay away from salty snacks. Users simply scan the barcode on a product and the device will turn either red or green to indicate whether it may be good for you. The companion app also notifies users on what to eat and not eat

If your results show you have a genetic predisposition like high blood pressure, the wristband will tell you to stay away from salty snacks. Users simply scan the barcode on a product and the device will turn either red or green to indicate whether it may be good for you. The companion app also notifies users on what to eat and not eat

If your results show you have a genetic predisposition like high blood pressure, the wristband will tell you to stay away from salty snacks. Users simply scan the barcode on a product and the device will turn either red or green to indicate whether it may be good for you. The companion app also notifies users on what to eat and not eat

Users simply scan the barcode on a product and the device will turn either red or green to indicate whether it may be good for you. 

Currently, DnaNudge does cheek swabs only in person in London, but it’s working on a mail order service. 

The company has noted that it destroys all DNA records after giving you the wristband.

Keeping with the food theme is a pizza making robot arrived at CES to feed the event’s attendees.

Keeping with the food theme is a pizza making robot that arrived at CES to feed the event’s attendees

Keeping with the food theme is a pizza making robot that arrived at CES to feed the event’s attendees

 Keeping with the food theme is a pizza making robot that arrived at CES to feed the event’s attendees

Designed the Seattle startup Picnic, this machine can churn 300 12-inch pizzas per hour using an assembly-line-style food production platform

Designed the Seattle startup Picnic, this machine can churn 300 12-inch pizzas per hour using an assembly-line-style food production platform

Designed the Seattle startup Picnic, this machine can churn 300 12-inch pizzas per hour using an assembly-line-style food production platform

An empty crust is loaded onto the conveyor belt and using computer vision, configurable equipment and deep learning, the robot adds desired toppings and bakes the pie to perfection. Picnic is teaming with event hospitality company Centerplate during CES, which provides food for events at the Las Vegas Convention Center

An empty crust is loaded onto the conveyor belt and using computer vision, configurable equipment and deep learning, the robot adds desired toppings and bakes the pie to perfection. Picnic is teaming with event hospitality company Centerplate during CES, which provides food for events at the Las Vegas Convention Center

An empty crust is loaded onto the conveyor belt and using computer vision, configurable equipment and deep learning, the robot adds desired toppings and bakes the pie to perfection. Picnic is teaming with event hospitality company Centerplate during CES, which provides food for events at the Las Vegas Convention Center

Designed by the Seattle startup Picnic, this machine can churn out 300 12-inch pizzas per hour using an assembly-line-style food production platform.

An empty crust is loaded onto the conveyor belt and using computer vision, configurable equipment and deep learning, the robot adds desired toppings and bakes the pie to perfection.

Picnic is teaming with event hospitality company Centerplate during CES, which provides food for events at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Many of the technologies and services at CES were designed by startups, but Google also joined the event by showing off a new privacy ‘undo’ feature to its Assistant voice technology.

The new addition lets users tell Assistant to disregard something if they notice the device was ease dropping when it was not suppose to.

By saying ‘Hey Google, that wasn´t for you,’ Assistant will delete whatever you just said. 

Many of the technologies and services at CES were designed by startups, but Google has joined the event by showing off a new privacy 'undo' feature to its Assistant voice technology. The new addition lets users tell Assistant to disregard something if they notice the device was ease dropping when it was not suppose to

Many of the technologies and services at CES were designed by startups, but Google has joined the event by showing off a new privacy 'undo' feature to its Assistant voice technology. The new addition lets users tell Assistant to disregard something if they notice the device was ease dropping when it was not suppose to

Many of the technologies and services at CES were designed by startups, but Google has joined the event by showing off a new privacy ‘undo’ feature to its Assistant voice technology. The new addition lets users tell Assistant to disregard something if they notice the device was ease dropping when it was not suppose to

Although Assistant is supposed to send voice commands out for processing only when it hears ‘Hey’ or ‘OK, Google,’ it can mishear other conversations as the trigger word.

Another new feature will let you use your voice to ask Google about your own privacy settings.

The new services supplement privacy controls Google rolled out last year to let people delete their voice recording histories with voice commands. 

That came after push back that Google and other companies were using human transcribers rather than just machines to listen to some audio recordings. 

Segway brought its new personal transporter to CES today and let ttendees cruise around in the electric vehicle.

Segway brought its new personal transporter to CES today and let attendees cruise around in the electric vehicle. The S-Pod lets riders sit comfortably while powering the two-wheeled machine using a small joystick attached to the seat – and its creators used the gyrosphere from Jurassic World as inspiration

Segway brought its new personal transporter to CES today and let attendees cruise around in the electric vehicle. The S-Pod lets riders sit comfortably while powering the two-wheeled machine using a small joystick attached to the seat – and its creators used the gyrosphere from Jurassic World as inspiration

Segway brought its new personal transporter to CES today and let attendees cruise around in the electric vehicle. The S-Pod lets riders sit comfortably while powering the two-wheeled machine using a small joystick attached to the seat – and its creators used the gyrosphere from Jurassic World as inspiration

The S-Pod lets riders sit comfortably while powering the two-wheeled machine using a small joystick attached to the seat – and its creators used the gyrosphere from Jurassic World as inspiration.

It hit speeds of 25 miles per hour and travel for about 44 miles on a single charge.

Similar to the original Segway scooter, the S-Pod also balances on two wheels as it travels.

However, a smaller third wheel has been added to the front for the vehicle to rest on when it comes to a stop.

Riders simply move a small joystick attached to the seat to guide the pod.

The world also got a sneak peak on what could be the first flying taxi.

Hyundai revealed its all-electric flying vehicle at the event today, which it is developing in partnership with Uber. 

The South Korean carmarker will produce and deploy the air vehicles, while the US firm will provide aerial ride-share services.

The flying taxi was hung from the ceiling of the building for its debut and the firms noted it can carry four passengers and travel up to 60 miles on a single charge.

The world also got a sneak peak on what could be the first flying taxi. Hyundai revealed its all-electric flying vehicle at the event today, which it is developing in partnership with Uber.

The world also got a sneak peak on what could be the first flying taxi. Hyundai revealed its all-electric flying vehicle at the event today, which it is developing in partnership with Uber.

The world also got a sneak peak on what could be the first flying taxi. Hyundai revealed its all-electric flying vehicle at the event today, which it is developing in partnership with Uber.

The South Korean carmarker will produce and deploy the air vehicles, while the US firm will provide aerial ride-share services. The flying taxi was hung from the ceiling of the building for its debut and the firms noted it can carry four passengers and travel up to 60 miles on a single charge

The South Korean carmarker will produce and deploy the air vehicles, while the US firm will provide aerial ride-share services. The flying taxi was hung from the ceiling of the building for its debut and the firms noted it can carry four passengers and travel up to 60 miles on a single charge

The South Korean carmarker will produce and deploy the air vehicles, while the US firm will provide aerial ride-share services. The flying taxi was hung from the ceiling of the building for its debut and the firms noted it can carry four passengers and travel up to 60 miles on a single charge

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