IBM personalized commute forecasts will keep you out of traffic jams.

Imagine a world where no one ever gets stuck in traffic–where cars have built-in sensors that can predict where and when future accidents will occur, keeping commuters out of harm’s way. That’s never going to happen.

But IBM, Caltrans, and the University of California at Berkeley are working on the next best thing: personalized commuter forecasts that analyze the traffic on individual routes, warn drivers of the rush-hour madness to come before they leave the house, and suggest new travel plans (including alternative forms of transportation).

Read more at Fast Company.

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  1. JJ

    it wont matter – the state is broke and shutting down all public services, I won’t see this in my lifetime. Perhaps SIN should buy the Technology ; >

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