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With the support from Gyeonggi Content Agency, o2o (CEO An Seong-min) will participate in the world’s largest technology exhibition CES 2020 opening in Las Vegas on Jan. 7-10 to showcase its AI-cloud-based sound application and the innovative business model.
CEO An said, “The key competitive advantage of cloud voice applications is that users do not have to download any applications to their mobile devices.”
Mobile users with AI assistants can easily access information by voice and hands-free method. Also, by using the major platform, the solution can be easily extended to global users with language support.
By using Google Assistant platform, o2o has developed various cases of usage such as voice tourism, voice customer service center and public information service. In CES, o2o will be introducing intelligent, personalized conversation services that are tailored and adapted to the user’s unique needs and characteristics. Also, the company plans to adopt patented algorithms to make user-friendly interactive UX to improve user conversation analysis.
CEO An said, “I am confident that the voice that triggers APP can be the next generation mega trend.”
Gyeonggi Content Agency is the agency established with the mission to “create future value“ by the integration of the contents, people, and technology in Gyeonggi area. G-HUB, Gyeonggi Global Game Center, Gyeonggi Contents Korea Lab, Export Support System, and Gyeonggi Film Commission are part of the team. The CES 2020 SME participation support is one of the contents-based technology companies’ export support programs. Companies that are proven to be competitive more than twice are selected for participation.
The world’s largest IT show CES shows the trend of the global consumer electronics industry at a glance. It is hosted by Consumer Technology Association (CTA) and is held every January. AVING NEWS has reported the most news on CES, MWC, and IFA, the world’s three major tech exhibitions for the past 13 years. It is sending special reporters to CES this year to report major issues in the global market and introduce outstanding Korean companies to the world.