New machine-learning algorithms from Columbia University detect cognitive impairment in older drivers.
Nissan is developing technology that controls the car by reading the driver's brain waves.
Robots and AI are going to become an everyday part of life, but will that take away other everyday parts of life?
Driverless cars are nothing short of a revolution – not a technological revolution, but a social one, that will determine how fast we can accept, adapt and trust these new systems to change our lives. Driverless cars may be borne out of science fiction, but they are fast becoming realities on tomorrow's roadways. The transition from driver to robot is nothing short of a revolution. Not a technological revolution, but a social one, that will determine how fast we can accept, adapt and trust these new systems to change how and where we live, work, play and interact with each other.