Cerence, AI for a world in motion, announced continued innovation and development collaboration with Daimler on its Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) multimedia system.

One of the infotainment systems on the market today, MBUX provides an elegant, personalized and connected experience through Cerence solutions for Mercedes-Benz drivers and passengers worldwide. As long-term partners, both companies share a mission for safety, productivity, and entertainment in the car and have created a natural, conversational experience that redefines how a car should feel, respond and learn on the go.

Through AI-powered learning, the system is personalized for each user, creating an emotional connection between drivers, passengers and their vehicles. Summoned with a simple, “Hey Mercedes,” MBUX first became available in 2018 in the A-Class before rolling out to additional car lines including the B-Class, GLE and GLC.

Cerence, which recently spun out of Nuance Communications as an independent automotive AI company, delivers immersive experiences that make people feel happier, safer, more informed, and more entertained in their cars. Bringing together voice, touch, gesture, emotion, and gaze innovations, it creates deeper connections between drivers, their cars and the digital world around them. Cerence powers AI in nearly 300 million cars on the road globally across more than 70 languages for nearly every major automaker in the world.