LG to introduce televisions equipped with its AI platform DeepThinQ at CES 2018

The new televisions will be equipped both with "DeepThinQ" as well as Google's Artificial Intelligence-enabled (AI) Google Assistant

On 3 January, LG Electronics Inc said that it will introduce new televisions equipped with its artificial intelligence (AI) platform called "DeepThinQ" at the 2018 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018 slated for next week.

Representational image. Reuters.

Representational image. Reuters.

The South Korean tech giant said it will unveil the 2018 editions of premium TVs, including the OLED TV "ThinQ" and the Super Ultra HD TV ThinQ, at CES which will kick off in Las Vegas, Yonhap News Agency reported.

The new televisions will be equipped both with "DeepThinQ" as well as Google's Artificial Intelligence-enabled (AI) Google Assistant, to provide users with various top-notch features, such as operating televisions with only voices or connecting to other home appliances powered by the Internet-of-Things (IoT) technologies.

Users can make commands such as "Please find my photos taken in Las Vegas last year from my Google account" or "Find movies starring Scarlett Johansson".

The South Korean tech major said viewers can also ask questions such as "Who is the main character of this drama I am watching?"

The television can also support High Dynamic Range (HDR) content, which allows screens to deliver vivid pictures by optimising brightness and boasting improved display quality.

The televisions will support the Dolby Atmos system which will deliver sharp and realistic sound.




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