NVIDIA Powered Car Learns to Operate a Vehicle by Observing How Humans Drive

NVIDIA Drive

#Driving

Sat, Oct 1st, 2016 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

In this pretty impressive demonstration, NVIDIA showcases their NVIDIA Drive, an AI system capable of driving a car simply by observing how a human does it. The video showcases the system as it navigates some pretty complex obstacles.

The car successfully navigates the construction site while freeing us from creating specialized detectors for cones or other objects present at the site. Similarly, the car can drive on the road that is overgrown with grass and bushes without the need to create a vegetation detection system. All it takes is about twenty example runs driven by humans at different times of the day. Learning to drive in these complex environments demonstrates new capabilities of deep neural networks.

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