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Nothing Artificial About Intelligence Reducing Distracted Driving

Source: Fleet Management Weekly

Distracted driving causes at least nine deaths in the U.S. and another 100 people are injured every day, according to the National Safety Council.

Thanks to the mechanics of deep learning and constant improvements in computer vision technology and algorithms, there are better ways being tested to monitor and alert drivers when they slip up on safety while driving, either intentionally or unintentionally.

If researchers and automakers produce positive results by attacking driver distraction with artificial intelligence and visual monitoring systems, there is a good chance the auto industry will become legally mandated to provide them.

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