• Terrence Aym
Cars exist that tell you where to go, how to get there, and even a few will drive for you. Now Nissan is boldly going where no man (or woman, for that matter) has gone before: Nissan intends to build automobiles that can read your mind. Working with a team of Swiss scientists at the leading edge of artificial intelligence (AI), the Japanese auto giant is convinced a revolutionary interface can be created between humans and their road machines in a drive towards increased safety.
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