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YUKI HANAI, Nikkei staff writer July 9, 2017 11:00 JST | Japan
TOKYO -- Japanese automakers are scrambling to develop driver assistance systems based on artificial intelligence as connected cars begin to usher in a new driving experience.
Mitsubishi Motors recently unveiled an AI Personal Assistant system named Risa, while Toyota Motor is working on a concept car called Concept-i. Take your reading anywhere with offline reading functions Never miss a story with breaking news alerts Customize your reading experience
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