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CEA List @CES2020
From Tuesday, 07 January 2020 -  8:00
To Friday, 10 January 2020 -  5:00

CES 2020: CEA to exhibit at CES Las Vegas on January 7-10!

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is the world's largest showcase for high-tech innovations. It has become the not-to-be missed international event for the digital and high-tech industries. The next CES will be held on January 7-10, 2020.

CEA—a creator of startups and technologies spanning all industries—will exhibit at CES 2020. The CEA booth will show off the latest prototypes and demonstrators developed by CEA and CEA Tech institutes Leti, Liten, and List to show their solutions for the future of mobility.

This year, CEAs team and its startups, show you their solutions for the future of mobility at Eureka Park booth # 50463.

The CEA List institute will exhibit three demonstrators:

  1. AI vs Wild - The spread of Artificial intelligence has brought with it new risks. Hackers are now coming up with techniques that take advantage of some of the most vulnerable aspects of deep learning models to alter the system’s decisions. Ultimately, hackers could target systems using AI-based sound or image recognition models, which could negatively impact their security. CEA researchers explored the latest theories on how neural networks function to come up with security technologies capable of protecting AI against these emerging threats. Our demonstrator uses vision and speech recognition systems to show just how powerful attacks on neural networks can be—and just how effective our technology is at protecting systems against these attacks.


  2. DeepRed - Through a digital game, you will be invited to carry out powerful attacks on an IT system, or chose to defend its assets. Will you find attack paths? Will you overcome them and secure your system? This experience will raise your understanding of cybersecurity threats, and illustrate the need for next-generation digital assessment tools.


  3. Maxens - Haptic refers to the modality of touch as well as to complementary sensory feedback. Haptic interfaces allow human operators to sense and manipulate computer-generated or tele-operated environments through mechanical actuators, ideally with maximum transparency. MAXENS has been designed as a two-degree-of-freedom hybrid interface using magnetorheological fluid (MRF) brakes and motors.