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07 09 2018 02

As vehicles turn into computers on wheels, the way people interact with them is changing. Dashboard buttons and knobs are being replaced by high-definition, artificial intelligence-powered supercomputers.

On Thursday, BMW introduced Intelligent Personal Assistant, an AI-powered system to help drivers communicate with their cars as they do with their smartphones.

The always-on-call technology platform, expected to roll out next year, is an intelligent, digital character that can control vehicle settings, navigation and entertainment systems.

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