AImotive has created a virtual small car with a laser system that allows it to drive, steer and brake, while receiving positive and negative feedback. Alysha Webb reports.
Arshia Gratiot is a founder of Third Space Auto, which is creating software that allows your car to learn who “you” are.
She used to work for mobile-phone maker Nokia, where the first thing staffers would say to a customer was, “So tell me about you.” That helped determine what kind of phone the customer needed, Gratiot says.
Nokia also spent a lot of time simplifying phones so users easily could access all of their technological features. “Automakers don’t do that with cars,” she said. This article first appeared in WardsAuto.
04 Jan 2017, Las Vegas, USA
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