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Stanford autonomous car learns to handle unknown conditions
Stanford researchers have developed a neural network that integrates past driving experiences from driving trials from a skilled amateur driver and physics-based systems. The neural network system outperformed the physics-based system in both high-friction and low-friction scenarios and did particularly well in situations that mixed these two conditions. Link.
Autonomous car research at Stanford
Stanford researchers from across campus are working on a wide-range of questions relating to our driverless future from exploring complex ethics questions, developing new sensor technologies to real-world testing of autonomous cars all to help ensure the safety of driverless vehicles. Link.
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January 16, 2020
AI and Safety
Chris Gerdes and Bryan Casey join Mykel Kochenderfer and Clark Barrett for the HAI Monthly Community Reception on Jan 16 at SIEPR, Koret-Taube Conference Center from 4:00 PM. View more info and RSVP here.w agenda here.
March, 2, 2020
Women in Data Science (WiDS)
WiDS is a one-day, technical conference that features outstanding women doing outstanding work in the field of data science, from a wide variety of domains. All speakers are thought leaders from academia, industry, non-profits, and government, talking about everything from data ethics and privacy, healthcare, data visualization, and more. All genders are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Stanford rises to academia's BIg 3 of autonomy
The work of Stanford researchers in autonomous, connected and electric vehicles is highlighted here along with Carnegie Mellon and University of Michigan as one of the three main education centers sparking innovation in the field today. Link.