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Frank M. Rinderknecht. “We should not develop a blind, but rather a healthy trust in the new capabilities of the hardware and software.” “In the future, cars will do just as we do: they will keep learning every day, and as a result will get better and better at mastering the complex challenges of modern-day private transport.” To this end, “Budii” will take information from its surroundings, its own “experiences” and those of other vehicles along its route into consideration. The long-term result will be a cognitive and intuitive autopilot. The Swiss company demonstrated what such a “friend on wheels” could look like with the trans-urban SUV “Budii” at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. Who’s in the driving seat? | 13

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