Visitors play VR video games at the 20th China Beijing International High-Tech Expo (CHITEC) opens in Beijing in June last year. Phioto: SCMP Visitors play VR video games at the 20th China Beijing International High-Tech Expo (CHITEC) opens in Beijing in June last year. Phioto: SCMP
Visitors play VR video games at the 20th China Beijing International High-Tech Expo (CHITEC) opens in Beijing in June last year. Phioto: SCMP
Howard Yu
Opinion

Opinion

Howard Yu

The hyper vision of almost every disruptive technology

This year’s Vegas Consumer Electronics Show dished up Aibo, a robot dog; Luka, a robot owl who babysits; Aeolus, a roaming nanny who mops floors and puts away dishes; and Forpheus, a 10-foot-tall giant spider that hovers over a ping-pong table, built to be the perfect ping-pong companion

Visitors play VR video games at the 20th China Beijing International High-Tech Expo (CHITEC) opens in Beijing in June last year. Phioto: SCMP Visitors play VR video games at the 20th China Beijing International High-Tech Expo (CHITEC) opens in Beijing in June last year. Phioto: SCMP
Visitors play VR video games at the 20th China Beijing International High-Tech Expo (CHITEC) opens in Beijing in June last year. Phioto: SCMP
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Howard Yu

Howard Yu

Howard Yu is professor of strategy and innovation at IMD Business School with campuses in Switzerland and Singapore. He received his doctoral degree at Harvard Business School. Stay connected on LinkedIn and Twitter (@howardhyu)