After a long wait, and unless there’s a last-minute Omicron crisis, CES 2022- one of the largest and most anticipated tech conferences in the world- is returning as an in-person event, happening in Vegas this January. CES attracts more than 180,000 visitors and will host over 1,900 exhibitors from every size and category, including a new Food Tech sector and innovations in the booming food and beverage industry.
In recent years, many hotels, cruise ships, stadiums, and other companies operating in the hospitality and F&B industry have been searching for new technologies that will help them transform into a more digital, automated, and connected business. The global pandemic and the ever-growing shortage of workers even stressed the need for automated and robotic solutions that will keep these businesses running.
A new robotic invention is aiming to solve at least some of these issues with its innovative technology. Cecilia.ai, “The First Interactive Robotic Bartender”, as their tagline claims, is a 7 ft tall AI-powered cocktail-making machine, with an easy plug-and-play installation that makes it suitable for serving thousands of cocktails per day in hotels, cruise ships, VIP lounges, and even large events such as CES.
According to the Israeli-based startup, Cecilia.ai is a voice-activated interactive bartender, featuring a 3D animated barmaid that is capable of making conversation while mixing about 120 drinks per hour (“if you skip the chit-chat”). The script, design, and cocktail menu can be customized for the client’s needs, and the company promises to feature a surprising array of tech-infused cocktails in the spirit of CES for the herd of robot and alcohol enthusiasts who will swing by their booth this year.
So, if you’ve had it with boring giveaways like branded t-shirts or portable power banks, you better pay a visit to Cecilia.ai at the Israeli Pavilion and grab yourself a refreshing cocktail.
CES 2022, January 5-8
Eureka Park | Hall G | Booth No. 61708
Cecilia.ai, created by the Israeli product development company GKI Group, is the world’s first interactive robotic bartender, customized for every business and event.
Powered by conversational AI and voice recognition abilities, Cecilia is not your typical bartender. She makes delicious cocktails crafted by acclaimed mixologists, chats with customers, tells jokes, promotes your brand, and provides an unforgettable experience to new and returning visitors.
Cecilia grants businesses valuable customer data, a unique groundbreaking attraction for visitors, and a new way to advertise and stand out.