CES 2021 Interview: Brent Weinstein, UTA
Brent Weinstein talks about Warner Brothers’ decision to go to market via HBO Max and how that will influence new releases and streaming. Also learn about how content creators are adapting and what innovations are in store for the content world.
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CES 2021 Interview: Benjamin Stoll on FIFA Utilizing Tech
Benjamin Stoll, Director of Strategic Alliances and Innovations for FIFA, discusses how technology is being integrated across the organization, how FIFA is applying technology to drive fan engagement across the globe, and more.
CES 2021 interview: Bruce Broussard Discusses Digital Health Solutions
Bruce Broussard, President and CEO of Humana, discusses how the pandemic has shifted digital solutions to the forefront of health care delivery, what lasting changes they anticipate in the digital health space beyond the pandemic, and more.
CES 2021 Interview: Henrik Wenders Discusses Audi’s New E-Tron GT Prototype
Henrik Wenders, Senior Vice President Audi Brand, discusses the prototype of its upcoming e-tron GT electric vehicle that made its debut at CES 2021, what the pandemic has taught Audi about car ownership, and more.
A Look into the Netherlands' Tech Scene
HRH Constantijn van Oranje of the Netherlands and Special Envoy for Techleap.nl joins CTA’s Gary Shapiro and Karen Chupka to dive into emerging industry trends, the impact of COVID-19 and how he plans to make his country a "Unicorn Nation."
CES 2021 Interview: Angelo Kafantaris Discusses the Hyperion XP-1 Hydrogen Supercar
Hear Angelo Kafantaris, CEO and Founder, Hyperion Motors, Inc. discuss their innovative hydrogen electric vehicle, including what makes it safe, unique, and more efficient, plans for hydrogen fueling stations, as well as their surprise for CES® 2021.
CES 2021 Interview: Gregory Bryant Discusses Intel’s Product Launches, AI and More
Gregory Bryant, EVP, General Manager, Client Computing Group, Intel, discusses new processors for education and high-performance gaming, how Intel is working to advance AI and AI training, and the first-ever associate’s degree in AI.