Several Styrian companies will be represented at the world's largest high-tech trade fair in Las Vegas in the coming days. The Styrian startup Capito is participating in the Europe Pavilion at the invitation of the European Innovation Council.
CES begins in Las Vegas on Monday with a media day. The world's largest high-tech trade fair not only showcases the latest innovations, but is also a meeting place for investors and experts from around the world.
Start-up Capito offers solutions
Capito's startup is one of the 15 leading startups in Europe – as assessed by the European Commission's Innovation Council, which subsequently invited the company to CES. Capito is part of the European Pavilion at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. How AI can help translate complex content – such as operating instructions – into easy-to-understand language for people with disabilities. Capito will be showcasing his solutions in Las Vegas.
The interaction between artificial intelligence and social influence
“We're not just making noise as an AI provider,” says Paul Mayer, one of Capito's managing directors. “We're doing AI, and at the same time we're interested in social impact. And of course we are something special, especially in the United States of America. “We notice in preparation sessions that American investors are always surprised to meet someone like us, who cares so much about the social impact of their own business activities.”
When asked about the Hightech-Message of Welt erhofft man sich ein Fußfassen at wichtigen US-Markt, so Mayer: „This has been the case, wir denken the jetzt nicht zu groß and wir glauben nicht, dass wir the jetzt gleich mit zehn Millionen Euro Investment Go home. But we want to find the right partners for the right pilot.”
AVL, AMS and Mercedes G Elektric are also represented
AVL will present its mobility solutions, such as self-driving cars, at CES. AMS is also on site and receives a CES Innovation Award for its radar system in the field. The Mercedes G electric car has a prominent place in the mobility space at CES. Visitors should take a closer look at the booth of Graz-based speaker developer USound: the world's smallest loudspeaker is on display here.
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