Imagine a long, hard day ahead at work. You've just bought your first car, it's the end of the month and your bank balance is running low. In such a situation, when you need to reach office early and make an important presentation, pay your car's EMI and fill it up with gas as well, we imagine that you'd be pretty stressed out. The engineers in Honda's research division seem to have shared similar thoughts, and in future, it hopes that this car you'd buy will not just be a vehicle to take you between places, but a companion that would keep a track of your work and personal lives, gauge your emotions to predict routes and other activities in between, and even make money for you. This is the Honda Automated Network Assistant, or 'Hana'.
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