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It Knows When You Are Sleepy: Toyota’s Emotion-Sensing Technology

Once upon a time, horsepower drove the development of most cars. A couple of fuel crises (OK, more than a few) and car crashes (and their lawsuits) changed the focus to higher fuel economy and safety features like airbags and even the humble seatbelt. Car safety, like entertainment systems and road maps, has moved on [...]
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