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CES 2018: LG turns to AI to make its devices smarter

CES 2018: LG turns to AI to make its devices smarter

Earlier this week, the firm unveiled an 88-inch 8K OLED display and a 65-inch rollable OLED display at the trade show. The roll-up screen makes the TV particularly discreet - hidden away among the furniture when not in use, or only rolled out onto a wall when switched on.

Displays using the technology account for around 10 percent of revenue currently, but it will expand by accelerating the large-sized OLED business, securing technology competence for small to mid-sized OLED panels, and finding new business opportunities in signage and automobile, CEO and vice chairman of LG Display Han Sang-beom said at a press conference during CES. The reason for this is the use of OLED or organic light emitting diode display. Tech giants LG, Samsung, Sony, Philips and Panasonic all showcased their latest and greatest sets, complete with sharper displays, enhanced colour accuracy and inbuilt AI assistants courtesy of Amazon and Google. At CES 2016 I saw the same concept in an 18-inch size, and it was pretty cool then despite its puny resolution (810x1200, not even high-def) and size. The company has introduced what it claims is the world's first 146-inch 'modular' TV. "It something that we can overcome through algorithms and software", he said. LG is working on making ThinQ devices compatible with third-party connected devices in the future. It shouldn't come as a surprise if Samsung decides to price the product exorbitantly. By getting rid of the idea of separate speakers, the company's Crystal Sound technology enables the display surface itself to emanate more realistic, richer sound than speakers can.

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While driving, LG's In-vehicle cabin system can communicate with ThinQ refrigerator at home allowing users to see its content so they can buy some grocery on their way home. LG demonstrated a variety of products to showcase the new developments, including a 65-inch Art Glass display for TVs and 14-inch and 31.5-inch displays for monitors. The services provided by the website is intended for your reference only.