"Ise said that Google is focused on completely replacing the driver, while Toyota is looking at ways to take the load off the driver while maintaining the fun of the experience.Toyota to Invest $50 Million in AI Labs at Stanford and MIT | Re/code
Describing what might be possible, MIT artificial intelligence lab director Daniela Rus suggested added intelligence could allow a car to tell when you are having a bad day and put on your favorite song, tell you when you need to pick up milk at the store or remind you when you haven’t called your parents. It could even take over the driving on a straight stretch of road so you can concentrate on the talking to them.
“These are just a few of the possibilities when you bring together cars and artificial intelligence,” Rus said. “We are ready to roll up our sleeves and get working.”"
Tuesday, September 08, 2015
Toyota to Invest $50 Million in AI Labs at Stanford and MIT | Re/code