For the first time in its 54-year history, CES (formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show) is all digital this week.
Technology, some of which was highlighted in previous shows, has helped save us during the coronavirus pandemic, letting us work, learn, and connect remotely. Telemedicine made it possible to see doctors virtually, with no risk of infection to anyone. Wearables help us track our own health and wellness and watch for early signs of viral infection. And remote monitoring devices allow us to care for family members when we can’t be there in person.