The largest consumer electronics show has opened in Las Vegas. Until 11 January, CES 2019 will showcase the latest technology developments from over 4500 companies. More than 20,000 products are expected to be launched.
In many countries, the approach to healthcare has changed greatly for a number of reasons. The increased use of smartphones globally, improved connectivity and a greater awareness of health and fitness are driving the growing demand for medical devices which work with smartphones.
A recent OECD study estimates that 14% of jobs in developed countries are “highly automatable”, while a McKinsey report from last year suggests that as many as 400 million to 800 million jobs worldwide could be automated by 2030.