Hyundai is building an AI-powered cruise control that learns and mimics your driving style

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Hyundai has combined its cruise control system with machine learning technology to make the driving experience more personal.

Called Smart Cruise Control, the union allows the cruise control to mimic the driving style of the human owner.

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The technology is capable of learning the preferred distance between cars, takes into account acceleration, knows how you respond to traffic changes and more.

Hyundai has deemed what it has named machine learning-based Smart Cruise Control (SCC-ML) 'an industry first' and is set to be implemented in future vehicles.

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'The new SCC-ML improves upon the intelligence of the previous ADAS technology to dramatically improve the practicality of semi-autonomous features,' said Woongjun Jang, VP at Hyundai Motor Group.

'Hyundai Motor Group will continue the development efforts on innovative AI technologies to lead the industry in the field of autonomous driving.'

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The driving pattern can be categorized into three parts: distance from preceding vehicles, acceleration (how quickly it accelerates) and responsiveness (how quickly it responds to driving conditions).

In addition to driving conditions and speeds are considered as well.

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The system uses an array of sensors to gather driving information and then sends it off to the centralized computer.

The computer then pulls out the personal driving details and then the AI applies what it has learned.

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And the driving information is constantly being updated to ensure it fits the driver's style and preferences.

In addition, SCC-ML is programmed specifically to avoid learning unsafe driving patterns, increasing its reliability and safety.

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Hyundai has also made it known that it is interested in joining the self-driving taxi industry.

The South Korean car marker announced a $4 billion partnership with Aptiv last month, which will design Level 4 and Level 5 production-ready self-driving systems intended for commercialization by 2022.

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The venture aims to further Hyundai's leadership position in the global autonomous driving ecosystem.

The goal is to develop Level 4...
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