In the Future, Cars Will be Our Robot Personal Assistants
Stephen Perun, Co-Author of “My Cognitive autoMOBILE Life: Digital Divorce from a Cognitive Personal Assistant” joins Enterprise Radio to discuss how in the future, cars will be our robot personal assistants.
- I find this book fascinating — and I think readers will too. But when you were writing it, how did you decide what to present in terms of your reader? Some of the information is technical, but it’s also mind-blowing.
- Can you explain connected cars and data-defined vehicles? The terms don’t sound like cars as we think of them.
- Can you explain the difference between an automobile and your term, autoMOBILE?
- Are there other kinds of companies on the forefront of this shift from cars to mobility?
- Why is it only going to take a decade or so for cars to transform?
- What about people with “old-fashioned” cars? Will they still even be able to use the roads? I’m imagining a driver / self-driving car collision.
- Any advice for the next generation of car buyers?
Stephen Perun is Offering Management Lead for Automotive and Connected Vehicles for IBM’s Watson IoT Business Unitm and has worked with Automotive and Electronics clients for 25+ years. Dr. Sebastian Wedeniwski is a Chief Technology Strategist at Standard Chartered Bank, Singapore, and was an IBM Distinguished Engineer, Chief Technology Officer for IBM’s Global Industrial Sector, and part of the IBM Research & Development Laboratory, Germany. He is a trained mathematician and scientist. Their new book is My Cognitive autoMOBILE Life: Digital Divorce from a Cognitive Personal Assistant.
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