A full-size concept of the Hyundai/Uber VTOL Air Taxi S-V1 is seen in this panoramic view in the Hyundai booth at CES 2020 in the Las Vegas Convention Center.    VTOL Air Taxi S-V1 hangs over visitors in the Hyundai booth.


A full-size concept of the Hyundai/Uber VTOL Air Taxi S-V1 hangs over visitors in the Hyundai booth at CES 2020. 

The Consumer Technology Association (CTA), in partnership with education technology company EVERFI, sponsors a digital learning program that teaches high school students the fundamentals of entrepreneurship and how to start and run a business. Students who complete the course may choose to pursue a business concept in earnest and enter it into the annual Future Innovators Pitch Competition.

The final three groups pitched their concept at CES 2020.  The program was established in 2015 to help address the nation’s skills gap and drive students to explore careers in entrepreneurship and STEM Education (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). Judges included Noa Davidson, Emerging Tech, Innovation & Startup Partnerships, AWS; and Kim Folsom, Co-Founder, Founders First Capital Partners; and Tiffany Moore, senior vice president of political and industry affairs for the Consumer Technology Association. 

Other highlights of the show were:  A medical robot dispenses advice in the Chuangze Intelligent Robot booth at CES 2020 -A display of flexible display screens-A full-size concept of the Hyundai/Uber VTOL Air Taxi S-V1 hangs over visitors in the Hyundai booth and much more.