Artificial intelligence (AI) beauty startup lululab won the Smart Home category Innovation Award at CES 2021 (Consumer Electronics Show 2021), the world's largest electronic/IT exhibition. With this award, lululab has won the CES Innovation Award for the third consecutive year following CES 2019 and CES 2020.
CES is the world's largest international electronics fair held every year in Las Vegas. The Consumer Technology Association (CTA), which organizes the event, selects the Innovation Award by comprehensively evaluating innovation such as design, technology, and user value for products submitted to CES.
Lumini PM (Personalized Mirror) introduced this time is a product that can easily and systematically receive skin care at home using artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning technology in the form of a smart mirror. Skin data accumulated in mobile apps in real time, customized cosmetics for each individual.
It recommends beauty products and provides one-stop service that allows customized diagnosis from skin care solutions such as online consulting and reservations in connection with affiliated beauty experts.
Choe Yong-joon, CEO of lululab, said, "It is very meaningful to be recognized worldwide for lululab's technology and business feasibility by winning the CES Innovation Award for three consecutive years," adding, "In the future, beauty consumers will easily use artificial intelligence technology to improve their customized quality of life."
We will try to show innovative products, he said. Meanwhile, lululab plans to showcase its various technologies in addition to Lumini PM, which won the Innovation Award at CES 2021, which will be held online from January 11 to 14 next year.
[The First Media - December 30, 2020 lululab won CES Innovation Award for its smart mirror using AI]