Cars that watch you watch them steer

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“It’s really taken off from no
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to tactile monitoring to taking a look at your eyes,” said Grant Courville, a vice president at BlackBerry QNX, which creates in-dash software systems. Automakers understand that tracking technology raises privacy issues, so BMW does not record or store the
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information, Mr. Wisselmann said.Affectiva collected a variety of driver information during the test, measuring elements like the amount of grip on the wheel, throttle action,
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, facial and head movements. It then compared that information with what was happening around the car to determine how much trust the driver had in the semi-autonomous system and the perceived level of cognitive load.This scenario is closer to becoming reality than you may think, and although
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get all the headlines, most drivers will experience something like it long before they can buy a car that drives itself.
Such systems, usually relying on a driver-facing camera that
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and head movements, already have been deployed in tens of thousands of long-haul trucks, mining trucks and heavy construction vehicles, mainly to recognize drowsiness, alcohol or drug use, and general distraction.