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LG kicked off the second day of CES press conferences with a discussion about AI, as well as a preview of its superthin televisions and Alexa appliances.

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This superthin W7 OLED TV is just 2.57mm thick!

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That black line against the white wall -- yep, that's the W TV.

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LG's W TV can't stand by itself on legs or a pedestal. Instead, it requires a wall.

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It's crazy thin! LG say the W name comes from "window, wallpaper -- and wow."

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LG also delved into a futuristic connected life. Here's a look at a panoramic car display.

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LG's Smart InstaView Door-in-Door Refrigerator features a full 29-inch HD touchscreen display.

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It also comes with Amazon's Alexa virtual assistant, which means you can buy groceries directly from your fridge with a quick voice command.

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LG's advanced driver assistant system lets people talk to cars, and cars talk to other cars.

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LG's airport robot also took a spin around the stage at CES 2017. This droid will roam airports and offer helpful information. It will appear in the Incheon airport in South Korea later this year.

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LG's Hub Robot, seen here on the left alongside the airport droid, works like an Amazon Echo. It takes voice commands, which in turn lets you control your smart oven, robot vacuum and other connected home devices.

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Big data and AI, a match made in our futuristic IoT automated heaven.

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LG is going all-in with smart home devices. It's robot vacuum cleaner, for instance, can recognize the difference between a table leg and a human one, and will even ask you to get out of the way so it can continue cleaning.

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The revolution will be laundered -- and will be extra clean. LG's washing machine can recognize if there's an excess of dirt and add a second rinse cycle.

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Look inside your fridge to see what you need with Panorama View.

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Even when mounted to the wall, LG's W TV has a lower profile than the Google Pixel XL phone.

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LG's took a smart speaker and jammed it into this cute, mobile robot.

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