has been pioneering sex tech since 2017, but CES 2020 was the first time the company was allowed to exhibit its AI-enabled sex toy at one of the world’s biggest tech shows.
The Consumer Technology Association and allowed sex-positive sex tech companies to display their wares at CES, which took place earlier this month in Las Vegas.
In the health and wellness marketplace of CES, I found Liz Klinger, CEO of . In a small booth, she was showing a vibrator with a patented biofeedback technology that she says can help you improve your sex life.
The San Francisco company is launching Lioness Generation 2 in mid-2020 with AI-assisted guidance, based on years of working with Lioness customers. It analyzes data on more than