CES 2020: The big takeaways from tech’s weirdest trade show

We may not have our own flying cars — yet — but at least we can talk to our faucets...

A companion robot by Chuangze Intelligent Robot is displayed during CES 2020 at the Las Vegas Convention Center on Jan. 8, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nev.David Becker / Getty Images

Every year, CES takes over Las Vegas, creating a wonderland packed with new tech gadgets and ideas that range from useful to dystopian to bizarre.

This year did not disappoint. While there were the usual sleek TVs and self-driving car advancements, there were also ideas that were a bit more out of the box. See all the latest in this NBC Article by clicking HERE:

Moen introduces a new line of voice-activated kitchen faucets to assist with water conservation, although Moen skates over that fact in their ads saying this faucet gives the owner “an extra set of hands in the kitchen.” (Photo: Business Wire)
Neon, a unit of Samsung, promotes a planned launch of an “Artificial Human” at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nev., on Jan. 6, 2020.Robert Lever / AFP – Getty Images
Delta Air Lines shows at CES, the first major U.S. airline to do so
Among the most interesting innovations is a parallel reality technology Delta will unveil in partnership with Misapplied Sciences. The new technology allows passengers moving through an airport to see personalized content on a single screen simultaneously and in their preferred language. https://www.misappliedsciences.com/Home/Technology

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