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The introduction of the document reads, "The focus of this paper is to discuss how the software-designed cars integrate and utilize AI and blockchain and why it's very significant for us at Linkmotion. The most robust way to incorporate these attributes and intelligence into cars is within the Carputer and this document serves a crucial role to elaborating this message to our customers throughout the automotive landscape."
The full paper can be found at www.link-motion.com at the following link:
"So far the digitalization in the automotive industry has been all about replacing existing things in a vehicle with software," said
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