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The [link url=https://www.dfki.de/web target=_blank] German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) [/link] and speech processing specialist [link url=http://www.nuance.de/index.htm target=_blank] Nuance[/link] conducted a study to examine how a self-driving car can engage passengers when control of the vehicle needs to be handed back. Users reacted more quickly when the sensory quality of the warning was contrary to their activity: when reading, users noticed sounds more quickly; people listening to music were more responsive to visual stimuli. Now the car only needs to know what the driver is doing…