Soon Ghee Chua, MD at A.T. Kearney, says that companies have realized that the field of virtual assistance is a good "use case" of AI.
Kraft Heinz and Oprah Winfrey said they would form a joint venture to develop a new line of food products in the United States.
Dean Karnazes, "Road to Sparta" author and endurance athlete, talks about the future of wearable technology.
CNBC's Kate Rogers talks to "Shark Tank" star Daymond John about Donald Trump's business experience and entrepreneurial success.
Michael Chui, principal at McKinsey Global Institute, discusses how automation could disrupt President-elect Trump's manufacturing job goals.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports from the National Retail Federation's annual conference about the ways retailers are turning to technology as well as their thoughts on border tax adjustments.
Patrick Brown, Impossible Foods founder talks about disrupting the way the world thinks about meat by using plant-based food.
Brian White, Drexel Hamilton, Angelo Zino, CFRA Research, weigh in on Apple's content push and future.
Nearly 70 percent of the world's most innovative companies in 2016 were American, according to a new survey of global executives released on Thursday.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich speaks with CNBC's Jon Fortt at the Consumer Electronics Show about its new VR headset project and the transition away from the traditional PC business.
Amnon Shashua, Mobileye co-founder and CTO, speaks with CNBC's Jon Fortt at the Consumer Electronics Show about the company's plans for driverless car technology.
Carlos Ghosn, Renault-Nissan chairman & CEO, speaks with CNBC's Phil LeBeau about the automaker's plans for self-driving cars.
Dirk Ahlborn, CEO at HTT, talks about the development of Hyperloop and the possibility of introducing the high speed travel system in Asia.
Uber Technologies on Thursday removed its self-driving test cars from California and put them on trucks bound for Arizona.
Braydon Moreno at Robo 3D talks about the company's listing on the ASX and competition in the 3D printing space.
2017 won't be the year that VR takes off, according to an expert.
Lukewarm sales and underwhelming experiences with VR mean a chilly outlook in 2017, says Phil Chen at Presence Capital.
Jennifer Fonstad, Aspect Ventures, discusses whether startups may get a major boost from the incoming administration's infrastructure plans.
Tom Siebel, C3 IoT, talks about the big winners in Trump's plans to expand infrastructure programs in the U.S. and why Amazon is positioned to be on the top of the heap.
Alexandra Lebenthal, Lebenthal Holdings president and CEO, and Dr. Michael Kaplitt, Weill Cornell Medicine department of neurological surgery vice-chairman for research, discuss the breakthrough neurosurgery treatment for Lebenthal's essential tremor movement disorder.