In a recent research report, IHS, a leading source of critical information, has predicted that Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems for Advanced Driver Assisted Systems (ADAS) and infotainment will increase from 7 million in 2015 to 122 million by 2025. Hence, the implementation of AI in automobiles is expected to rise by 109 percent till 2025 from just eight percent in 2015. With techniques such as sensor fusion and deep learning, researchers have developed a technology that would help build a three-dimensional map of any activity around the car. Hence, in recent developments, automotive companies such as Ford, General Motors and Toyota have invested in collaborating with AI companies. Ford and Toyota have invested about a billion dollars each with Argo AI and Toyota Research Institute (TRI) respectively. General Motors has partnered with IBM to supercharge its OnStar platform with IBM Watson’s super computing power.