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Volkswagen will add the ‘seamless integration of ChatGPT’ to their new cars

by LLB staff reporter
9th Jan 24 7:04 am

Volkswagen has said ahead of the CES tech show in Las Vegas, that they will introduce ChatGPT into their cars later this year.

Volkswagen cars will have the integration of the AI chatbot ChatGPT added to the in-car infotainment across the new Golf, and the new Tiguan.

This will allow drivers to access a “multitude of new capabilities that go far beyond the previous voice control.”

This will also enhance the system to activate in-car navigation, will be able to answer general knowledge questions along with being able to control air conditioning.

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Kai Grünitz, VW board member for technical development, said, “Volkswagen has always democratised technology and made it accessible to the many. This is simply ingrained in our DNA.

“As a result, we are now the first volume manufacturer to make this innovative technology a standard feature in vehicles from the compact segment upwards.

“Thanks to the seamless integration of ChatGPT and strong collaboration with our partner, Cerence, we are offering our drivers added value and direct access to the AI-based research tool.

“This also underlines the innovative strength of our new products.”

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