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ummary - At present, mobile phones allow us to connect to our cars using Bluetooth for calls, GPS and entertainment. But what if AI technology allows us to go beyond that coupled with technology already available in our cars to enhance our driving experience and ensure our safety? Entry... Driving safely - Connecting our smartphones to our car's electronic system allows the car to take over our driving when it senses danger. Most people may panic and have slower reflexes when avoiding car collisions. AI technology algorithms can mimic the way we drive and intuitively maneuver the car if danger sensors are activated. Integrated dashcam system - Since present car models are equipped with front, side and reverse cameras for parking purposes, what if the AI technology can record videos using those cameras and store them in a cloud database, thus eliminating the need for a bulking dashcam with memory cards. The videos would be more effective because we will have a better perspective in the event of a car collision and can be used as evidence. Emergency services - During car collisions, split second decisions may be a matter of life and death. Since cars have integrated Bluetooth system, AI technology can contact emergency numbers for police assistance or an ambulance during car collisions. It can also send GPS location to the authorities. Emergency response unit usually receive prank calls or incomplete reports. AI technology will guarantee the authenticity and urgency of the situation, hence saving time and increase efficiency.


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