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William Miller
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re: Embedded vision boosts driver-assistance designs
William Miller   3/19/2013 3:24:46 PM
From one hand, this driver-assistance will help in different situations. From the other hand, year by year a driver is less and less capable to react on the road. Machines take leading positions, soft rules the speed and braking. I'm afraid In 10 years all cars will be autonomous. I say it's dangerous! travel insurance

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