AutoComplete: Bosch's CES 2017 concept car isn't about the car at all
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CES is all about the future of tech and Bosch's concept car absolutely delivers.
It'll recognize your face and automatically adjusts settings to suit your tastes.
It also features a unique kind of gesture control that actually provides physical feedback without having to touch anything.
Sure sounds like the future to me.
Toyota CES concept car is equally wacky.
It comes with an artificial intelligence agent that can measure an occupants emotions and respond in kind.
It will project views onto the rear pillars to eliminate line zones.
And its exterior displays can send messages to other cars or welcome the driver as he or she approaches.
Welcome to the future folks.
This year Ford will integrate Amazon's Alexa with its think three infotainment system, letting drivers search for destinations and access other services.
The integration includes asking Alexa in the home for information about a connected Ford vehicle, such as finding out its current fuel level.
The integration supports a host of other services, including the ability to control smart home devices and order items through Amazon as well.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com, and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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