AI will usher in new jobs, according to a book from the consulting firm Accenture. It’s a quick and worthwhile read.
Lawrence S. Gould
Ford Motor Co. says it is developing new sensors and software that could enable next-generation vehicles to act as pro-active personal assistants or provide friendly support based on a driver’s mood and needs.
One of the things that voice-activated command systems in vehicles today do to people is make them more like, well, automated machines.
Voice recognition; multilayer ceramic capacitor; backing up the home; building redundancy in throttle sensing.