Questions tagged [self-driving]

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Video multi context or action annotation / labeling

I've a lot of collected driving data, including video data streams. In order to filter or use them for DNN training, the video files must be annotated / labeled. In contrast to object detection or ...
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Are self-driving cars using single frame or multiple frame to make decision?

This might be a trivial question but I couldn't find any reliable answers on the internet. Almost all the neural network architectures for self-driving cars that I have seen on the internet have a ...
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identifying pattern in datasets

i am new to machine learning. i'm trying to identify driving pattern through accelerometer and gyroscope sensor. i have been collecting the data of both the sensors and have been storing them in .csv ...
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How do self-driving cars construct paths?

I wonder how self-driving cars determine the path to follow. Yes, there's GPS, but GPS can have hiccups and a precision larger than expected. Suppose the car is supposed to turn right at an ...
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Does research into driver-less cars cause ethical problems?

I'm doing an EPQ (Extended-Project Qualification) on Artificial Intelligence Bias, and would like to gather some primary data for analysis. Do driver-less cars lead into controversies that are to do ...
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Legal advantages of autonomous vehicles

Naturally everyone knows most common advantages of autonomous (not autopilot-controlled) cars, e.g. safety, efficiency, parking, etc. But are there any advantages for the law? Normally you only hear ...
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Creating a self learning Mario Kart game AI?

I will be undertaking a project over the next year to create a self learning AI to play a racing game, currently the game will be Mario Kart 64. I have a few questions which will hopefully help me ...
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SEIF motion update algorithm doubt

I want to implement Sparse Extended information slam. There is four step to implement it. The algorithm is available in Probabilistic Robotics Book at page 310, Table 12.3. In this algorithm line no:...
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What are applications of object/human tracking in autonomous cars?

Objects tracking is finding the trajectory of each object in consecutive frames. Human tracking is a subset of object tracking which just considers humans. I've seen many papers that divide tracking ...
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How good is good enough for fully autonomous vehicles?

To reach full autonomy in any fully automated device it must finish its task in such a way that human control is unnecessary. We know when the automation is excellent when there are no manual ...
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What functionality, does control look like in autonomous vehicles levels 4 and 5?

We are doing a research design project on autonomous vehicles and have some questions on AV Levels 4/5; specifically on the roles, impacts and consequences of AV on society, government, users and ...
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How long has it taken for autonomous driving cars to be being sold and used on the roads today?

I remember the first time hearing about google trying to make driverless cars. That was YEARS ago! These days, I'm beginning to learn about Neural Nets and other types of ML and I was wondering: ...
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How is PDDL used in production AI systems?

I can't find much information on modern PDDL usage. Are there more popular alternatives, maybe something more suited to modern neural network/deep learning techniques? I'm particularly interested in ...
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Will commercialisation and widespread use of A.I in security and surveillance and other household products threaten free will or endanger privacy?

Everything from facial recognition to the google home is coming equiped with A.I and it is being widely used , If autonomously connected to the internet , will A.I pose a threat to privacy or will it ...
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Semantic Segmentation how to upsampling

Many of the architectures that do semantic segmentation like SegNet, DilatedNet (Yu and Koltun), DeepLab, etc. do not work on high resolution images. For such benchmarks like Cityscapes, what is a ...
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Legal compliance and AI auditing framework

Providing that more and more decisions about human life are (to be) decided by machine (like access to loans, housing, scholarship, jobs, healthcare, insurance, etc.) at the same time, in many ...
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Could the deployment of self-driving cars make rides free?

As self-driving technology is improving, there are so many companies developing self-driving cars like Google, Uber, etc. Is it possible that we won't need any private/paid self-driving cars and the "...
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‪Can a multi-camera system be used for localization, mapping, and obstacle detection in self-driving cars to within 10 cm of accuracy? Whither lidar?‬

I have a liberal arts background so I need help understanding this paper, particularly pages 26 to 30. The authors test a four-camera system for localization, mapping, and obstacle detection for self-...
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How will morality questions be settled in the domain on self-driving cars?

For example... 1) If a dog is crossing the road, I'd expect the car to try to avoid it. But what if this leads to .00001% more risk for the driver? What is the 'risk cut-off'? 2) What if a cockroach ...
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Loss of precision when encoding DNN weights

This question is related to the usage of NN in critical systems (those where a failure can cause life threatening situations - autopilots for example) and the need for formal guarantees on their ...
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What are the ethical and legal issues of self driving cars being released in the UK?

What are the ethical and legal issues of self driving cars being released in the UK? This question came up on our exam today and I was left in a daze. I initially thought it would be issues like the ...
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Once self-driving cars are perfected, will they replace manually driven cars? [closed]

After self-driving cars are perfected to the degree that accident statistics are lower for them than human driven cars, will they replace cars with human drivers? Will there eventually only be self-...
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What would happen if someone jumped in the front of a Google car?

The Situation: A self-driving car is traveling at it's maximum speed, 25 mph (40 km/h), in the middle of an empty street with the ability to change lanes on both sides. There are two passengers, one ...
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Which machine learning algorithm is used in self-driving cars?

Which deep neural network is used in Google's driverless cars to analyze the surroundings? Is this information open to the public?