Kawasaki Aims to Introduce Artificial Intelligence to Motorcycles

by SpeedLux

Kawasaki is establishing artificial intelligence for motorbike that will enable future bikes to chat with their riders, and even enable them to control the cycles using their voice.

The system Kawasaki is making is called the “Kanjo Engine,” kanjo means “emotion” in English. Though presently in early stages of advancement, Kawasaki’s new innovation is being created with the intent of comprehending human speech, keeping an eye on rider status, and typically being a genial companion for its rider. It must be able to speed up or brake based on voice commands.

This project handled by Kawasaki reminds at The Drive of the robot-driven bike concept Yamaha flaunted at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. Though the new Kawasaki project and Yamaha’s robot-bike exist on 2 various sides of the robot/artificial intelligence spectrum, it’s still fascinating to see how these two bike business are concentrating on integrating the self-driving innovation and other driver support systems that have taken control of the automobile world into the realm of two-wheeled riding machines.

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