If this sounds familiar, it should — Hyundai and Kia are also using SoundHound’s tech to power their respective assistants. You shouldn’t get a cookie-cutter experience when Honda is free to customize the experience and add its own flourishes, but it could lead to your future ride sharing some major technology in common with a rival brand. Not that there will be too much reason to complain. Custom in-car assistants have tended to be less than elegant until recently — and while some companies can justify developing their own AI helpers largely in-house, frameworks like Houndify could make sure that other brands aren’t left behind.
[Image credit: US Customs and Border Protection] While privacy advocates are concerned that the technology could be used to track people and could put law-abiding citizens and visitors it can’t recognize in trouble, CBP believes it will significantly bolster airport security and also speed up processing time for travelers. According to The Star, it already […]
“While these options have been used in legitimate ways to reach people interested in a certain product or service, we think minimizing the risk of abuse is more important. This includes limiting the ability for advertisers to exclude audiences that relate to attributes such as ethnicity or religion,” Facebook’s post read. The Congressional Black Caucus […]
Since May 12th, Kepler has been focused on a patch of sky in the direction of the Cancer constellation, an area it also observed back in 2015. This latest data collection will help researchers confirm any exoplanet candidates noted during the first observation of this region and could help them spot some new ones. In […]