Let artificial intelligence help you choose your next car
A US company has launched a new car search platform that analyses the personal data of drivers such as where they live and their regular driving routes, together with other information such as their current vehicles, to find them the perfect car.
Driverbase claims its artificial intelligence and machine learning-based systems can help car owners discover the perfect vehicle for them, based on their unique situation.
The CEO of Driverbase, Dan Jackson, says that while the service is currently only available to US drivers, the company is in the process of compiling the databases it will need to operate globally, including information on new and used vehicle models available by region.
“Our mission is to deliver a better car search and optimise the ownership experience,’’ says Jackson. “We provide drivers with vehicle recommendations to help them own the right car at the right time and plan ahead for future purchases.
“Progressing from the invite-only phase to this public launch will help generate the data necessary to better scale our artificial intelligence model training and inference.”
The service is free to consumers, as car dealers pay to access Driverbase to generate sales and service appointments based on the targeted, high-value referrals it provides.
“Our solution improves the driver’s car search experience while reserving dealership personnel for shoppers who are most likely to become a customer,’’ says Jackson.