COMMENT: Smarter cars make for smarter cities

Our cars are getting astonishingly smarter. Under the hood, scores of processors manage hundreds of actuators and sensors; tens of millions of lines of software code vigilantly scan, keeping everything running smoothly. Ubiquitous cellphone links, streaming satellite media, and advanced navigation services mean drivers are almost as connected on the It’s time to log in … Continued

Our cars are getting astonishingly smarter. Under the hood, scores of processors manage hundreds of actuators and sensors; tens of millions of lines of software code vigilantly scan, keeping everything running smoothly. Ubiquitous cellphone links, streaming satellite media, and advanced navigation services mean drivers are almost as connected on the

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