Self Driving Cars

Hardware

Tesla D1 Chip – What is All The Fuss About?

Tesla has revealed more details about project Dojo and its D1 Chip. With 50 billion transistors and built on a 7nm process node, the D1 is designed for the training stage of machine learning. Now that Apple and Tesla have entered the chip making market, what does this mean for the established players like Intel […]

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AI Research

Why AI is Harder Than We Think

Yannic Kilcher  explains how the AI community has gone through regular cycles of AI Springs, where rapid progress gave rise to massive overconfidence, high funding, and overpromise, followed by these promises being unfulfilled, subsequently diving into periods of disenfranchisement and underfunding, called AI Winters. This video he explores a paper which examines the reasons for […]

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Computer Vision

NVIDIA’s AI Algorithms that Monitor Driver Attention

NVIDIA shares some of the recent research from its DRIVE labs that focus on driver behavior monitoring. In this DRIVE Labs episode, we show how DRIVE IX perceives driver attention, activity, emotion, behavior, posture, speech, gesture and mood. Driver perception is a key aspect of the platform that enables the AV system to ensure a […]

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Autonomous Vehicles

Comma.ai Drive and Tour with George Hotz and Lex Fridman

Lex Fridman takes an autonomous  drive with the legendary George Hotz and gets a tour of the Comma.ai offices.

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Autonomous Vehicles Startups

How Wayve Is Disrupting Autonomous Driving

Adi Polak interviews Alex Kendall, co-founder, and CEO of Wayve, who raised more than 40M$ to kickstart the biggest vehicle academy.   Alex shares the technology that powers Wayve, how they are building the largest autonomous driving academy in the world, and what the future holds for this ever-growing ecosystem.     To scale their solution, the three-year-old […]

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Quantum Computing

Will Your Next Computer be a Quantum Computer?

Two Bit da Vinci ponders what recent advances in quantum computing mean for science, medicine, and humanity. While it’s unlikely that your next laptop or cellphone will be a quantum computer, I wouldn’t rule out the idea of the iPhone Q coming out sometime in the next decade or two.

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Waymo Driver Outlines Component-Rich Robocar
AI Autonomous Vehicles TensorFlow

Waymo Driver Outlines Component-Rich Robocar

Waymo recently released via Youtube a lecture on “Waymo Driver,” the company’s fifth-generation robocar platform. Presented by YooJung Ahn, head of design at Waymo, the video clip shares the new platform’s basic design ideas. Some observers speculate that Waymo has amalgamated CPUs (i.e. Intel’s Xeon), GPUs (i.e. Nvidia) or FPGAs, in addition to Google’s own […]

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AI Autonomous Vehicles

Can Self-Driving Cars Learn Depth Perception?

Two Minute Papers showcases the paper “Unsupervised Learning of Depth and Ego-Motion from Video” here in this YouTube post.

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AI Autonomous Vehicles

Tech Talk: Self-Driving Car & Autonomous Systems

Udacity has a great video for those looking to gain more insight into the Self-Driving Car & Autonomous Systems industry. In this discussion, we will be joined by our expert, Vienna Harvey, to chat about her career path, her thoughts on hot topics and the current state of the industry, and tips for you to […]

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