LG adds AI to appliances at CES 2018LG shows how its appliances are getting smarter using its new AI platform ThinQ and its robotic voice assistant Cloi. But the little bot got stage fright and didn't work according to plan at one point.
[MUSIC] Good morning. [MUSIC] As head of marketing for LG electronics here in the US I often get asked. Do consumers really need all these smart devices? Is there really any benefit? Well today, I'm gonna demonstrate how LG AI is making people's lives easier and better both in the home, And outside. And we're gonna start with the everyday items we use most, appliances. So to help me show the LG family of AI home appliances, allow me to introduce Chloe. Hello, Chloe. Good morning, Dave. I hope you're well. What can I do for you today? Okay. Let's go with me. It's Saturday morning. I get up. I first like to make sure everything is ready for the day. Chloe, what's my schedule. You need to go to the gym at 10am today. Power up. Power up. Smart learner has set the washer to the sportswear setting. It sounds like the perfect setting for my workout gear. Thanks, Chloe. Let's see what we have over in our smart kitchen. Chloe, what's for dinner tonight? [BLANK_AUDIO] Okay, Chloe is not gonna talk to me. Chloe doesn't like me, evidently. You can ask your television to play your favorite program, connect to your soundbar for enhanced sound experience. Or you could even voice command a set to your favorite picture mode. You can also connect and control all your smart home devices. For example before our next guest arrives to my home, I wanna share more about the TV innovations. But I also wanna make sure that the room is all set for his arrival. [BLANK_AUDIO] Turn the air purifier on. [BLANK_AUDIO] You got it, turning on the air purifier. My next guest will be so pleased. The air is pure and clean now. All of LG's smart TVs are equiped with LG ThinkQ AI technology. It's certainly going to be a very exciting for televisions and LG.