Keep your eyes on the road with Fujitsu's backseat driving voice assistant Video
Keep your eyes on the road with Fujitsu's backseat driving voice assistant Video Transcript
-Anybody who grew up with Knight Rider has dreams of talking to their car, and that's exactly what you can do with this Fujitsu in-car voice assistant. Now, the idea here is that you simply press a button on the steering wheel and then you can ask for all kinds of useful information which it will feedback to and you don't even have to take your eyes off the road. Search for Italian restaurants. -Here is what I found. -Navigate me to Round Table Pizza. -Destination for car navigation. -So as you can see, once you decide where to go, the assistant simply sends directions to your sat nav and takes you where you wanna go. For more voice-activated technology and all the coolest phones and tablets from Mobile World Congress, check out CNET.com. Hey, I'm driving here.
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