Israeli smartphone app lets cars ‘communicate’ to prevent crashes

Users of an Israeli dashcam app powered by artificial intelligence will now be able to connect to the world’s first smartphone-based vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) network, sharing roadside dangers with nearby cars in hopes of preventing collisions.The Tel Aviv-San-Francisco-New-York-based startup Nexar announced the launch of the network on Tuesday, linking together its users who have been independently using the app since its release in February. Available in San Francisco and New York, and intending to expand to additional cities in the near future, the Nexar network features real-time warning technologies by employing smartphones alone, according to the company.While some 20 million miles have been driven and more than half a million dangerous driving incidents recorded by users of the app since the February release, Nexar is now enabling cars running the app…

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