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Aki Anastasiou on the rise of the self-drive car in 2015

Aki Anastasiou says that 2015 is the year where we saw the rise of self-driven cars. He says technology-enabled health and fitness products stood out this year.

He also saw a decrease in his waistline this year as he amped up his own health and fitness.

2016 will be a year where we’ll be in tune with our bodies. We’ll have gadgets that empower us as humans to monitor our health, in the same way we check our emails.

Aki Anastasiou, 702 Presenter and Traffic Reporter

Watch Aki's reflections below:


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