Honda to Show Case its AI bases Electric Car Detects ‘Human Emotions’

Honda the Japanese Car manufacturer has come up with the best way to interact with human and the car which can feel emotions. The company will be unveiling the new car called “NeuV” in Las Vegas early 2017 at Consumer Electronics Show.

According to the Honda. This is a concept automated EV commuter vehicle featured with the AI (Artificial Intelligence) called ‘emotion engine’. It creates in exploring the new possibilities for the human interaction and the new value for the customers.

Honda Says “Connecting the power of artificial intelligence, big data and robotics to transform the mobility experience, and Honda announced today that ‘Cooperative Mobility Ecosystem’ will be the theme for its participation at 2017 CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas.”

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The users who are attending this event will have the access to hands-on demo of the vehicle. Honda mentioned that it would be automated and specifically designed for commuters.

Honda is will always feature with the interactive and immersive experiences that are designed to showcase the future technology and the path towards the redefined mobility experience. Says Honda.

The Press conference at CES, which is going to be held on 5 January 2017 will give you the feature keynote address from Yoshiyuki Matsumoto, President and CEO of Honda R&D. Yoshiyuki is going to unveil this new concept vehicle which demonstrates the application of the company’s robotic technology.

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Stay tuned for the more information about the unveiling of NeuV, and make a note about the showcase date January 5, 2017, at 11:00 AM PST. Apart from the showcasing of this vehicle, Honda is going to announce their collaboration with the global brands and the startups.

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