NEW AT CES 2018: The C Space Keynote

By Technology Insider
Published on: December 16, 2017

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The CES C Space Keynote will feature CEOs and top leaders from A&E, Comcast, Discovery Communications, LionTree, MediaLink, PepsiCo and YouTube.

C Space is one of the most visible programs at CES, designed for content creators, brand marketers, advertising agencies, creative communicators and digital publishers. Presented by MediaLink, the keynote will explore how the business of content distribution is changing the landscape of the media, marketing, advertising and entertainment industries. The keynote will run on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018 at 11:30 AM at The Monte Carlo’s Park Theater, a new CES keynote venue. Please visit the CES Keynote page regularly for updates on the keynote schedule.

An executive lineup at C Space will focus on Content and Entertainment and Marketing and Advertising:

Smart city technology will be at CES for the first time in a major way as global cities look for sustainable ways to prosper through tech with these high-level influencers leading the charge:

  • Amanda Daflos, Director, Los Angeles Innovation Team
  • Rajil Kapoor, Chief Strategy Officer, Lyft
  • Sokwoo Rhee, Associate Director of Cyber-Physical Systems Innovation, National Institute of Standards and Technology, U.S. Department of Commerce

Advancements in digital health are improving outcomes and saving lives. The brightest minds in this space are at CES talking about technology’s influence:

The CES Sports Zone will showcase advancements in sports tech from performance enhancement products to smart venues. Players, leagues and the tech behind it all are at CES:

CES highlights the products that are at the center of today’s policy debates. To date, 118 government officials are expected at CES to hear from leaders in government and policy:

CES is its own auto show with nearly 300,000 NSF of exhibit space dedicated to vehicle technology and more than 10 OEMs. Top speakers are on hand to discuss what’s next:

Augmented and virtual realities (AR/VR) are impacting far-reaching industries: healthcare, agriculture, manufacturing and business. Hear what’s next at CES:

Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be a key ingredient technology over the next decade. Roboticstechnology is disrupting markets and becoming more capable. Leaders in these fields are at CES:

  • Bridget Karlin, Chief Technology Officer and VP, IBM Global Technology Services
  • Rajat Mishra, VP, Worldwide Services Strategy & Innovation, Cisco
  • Deepu Talla, VP and GM, Autonomous Machines, NVIDIA

Consumer demand for Smart Home technology is on the rise and is expected to reach $4.25 billion in U.S. revenue in 2018, up 28 percent. Those leading the charge are at CES:

CES brings more than 170,000 industry influencers together from 150 countries for one week to advance tech through new products, innovative ideas and thought leadership. Diversity is a core part of innovation and CES features speakers of all backgrounds. CES 2018 will host Disrupting Diversity: The Inclusion Imperative a panel set to highlight the latest workplace research on gender and inclusion. Speakers include:

In addition, Turner Sports will present The Impact of Diversity: Reshaping the Future conference session focused on moving the needle on diversity in tech and sports including behavioral change, transparency, accountability, recruitment and growth.


Please visit the CES Keynote page regularly for updates on the keynote schedule.

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