Honda has a new safety target: zero road fatalities by 2050. And to make that happen, the carmaker is integrating artificial intelligence into its upcoming vehicles to warn drivers of traffic hazards and help them stay clear of accidents caused by driver error.
Honda’s AI-powered driver assistance technology, which was revealed this week in Japan, checks a driver’s actions and health by using a cockpit-mounted camera and sensors.
Honda reported it is proposing to incorporate its world-first technology, including features that warn against potential risks by tightening the driver’s seatbelt or emitting audible sounds, into its vehicle lineup in the second half of the 2020s.
An automatic seatbelt tightening
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