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I believe it’s part of Garmin Navigation feature, and I remember seeing it on my 2016 Pilot a few years back when on highway. It was not a speed sign recognition though as I noticed the actual sign changed before it showed up on the Garmin map. Didn’t pay much attention on this lately as I don’t drive as much.
The speed limit info displayed in the lower, left-hand corner of the Garmin navigation system is based on map data. This is different from TSR (Traffic Sign Recognition) which reads traffic signs using the multi-purpose "Honda Sensing" camera in some Honda models.

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On the RDX, the speed limit is based on map data, but displays in the instrument cluster and head-up display like it does on the Accord which read speed limits signs rather than using map data. My two Mazdas display speed based on map data and camera recognition - normally, map data is used unless it is missing or conflict with a sign-recognized speed in which case the latter will be displayed.
 

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The 2021 Accord is further improved.

"For 2021, ACC now has smoother braking when following another vehicle, while LKAS offers more effective and natural lane centering."

Hopefully, these improvements will spread to other models. Each of the Hondas I've owned with LKAS ('16 CR-V, '17 Ridgeline, '18 Accord, '19 RDX, '19 Ridgeline), slowly weaved from side-to-side as bad as a drunk driver. :)
 
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