The Next High-Tech Tool for the Auto Aftermarket? Voice Assistants

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In the early 1980s, we were first introduced to KITT (short for “Knight Industries Two Thousand”), an artificially-intelligent persona living inside an 1982 Pontiac Trans Am on the iconic American TV Show Knight Rider. While KITT was outfitted with a dizzying array of sensors and weapons, its most powerful capability was being able to speak to humans. KITT was not just the trusty sidekick for David Hasselhoff, who played the series hero, but a vision of what’s possible at the intersection of the most advanced automotive and conversational AI technologies. Q3 2022 hedge fund letters, conference…

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