This New York Times article explores the recent trend toward driver monitoring systems via facial recognition technology in cars. In the section mentioning Affectiva, the author describes his experience with Veoneer/Autoliv’s LIV 2.0 car at CES in 2019.

“We want them to trust the car – but not too much,” said Ola Bostrom, a vice president of research at Veoneer. “The driver still has to be engaged” in order to take over the controls when a car encounters a situation it can’t handle.

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