Interview: StreetDrone announces open-source autonomous car platform

Interested in developing self-driving systems, but don't want to make your own R&D car? This British startup is selling kitted-out Renault Twizy cars with full drive-by-wire capabilities, plus cameras, sensors and an open-source software platform for autonomous car research. We spoke to founder Mark Preston... Continue Reading Interview: StreetDrone announces open-source autonomous car platform Category: Automotive Tags: Autonomous Vehicles Renault Research Self driving cars Related Articles: Engine options galore for new-look Clio Renault, Nissan and Microsoft partner on connected driving Renault gives EV batteries a second life in the home Renault boosts Kangoo Z.E. driving range by 50 percent Renault's Megane Grand Coupe is the latest step in a French revolution

Interview: StreetDrone announces open-source autonomous car platform

Interested in developing self-driving systems, but don't want to make your own R&D car? This British startup is selling kitted-out Renault Twizy cars with full drive-by-wire capabilities, ...

Tue 10 Jul 18 from Gizmag

Using a deep learning neural network to allow a car to learn to drive itself in just 20 minutes

A team of researchers at U.K. startup Wayve has developed a way to apply deep learning networking to autonomous driving. In a recent blog post (along with accompanying YouTube demonstration ...

Mon 9 Jul 18 from TechXplore

AI algorithm teaches a car to drive from scratch in 20 minutes

A pair of artificial intelligence Ph.Ds from Cambridge University are going all-in on machine learning as the foundation of autonomous cars. Their company, Wayve, has just released video ...

Thu 5 Jul 18 from Gizmag

An AI learnt to drive an autonomous car in 20 minutes - Roadshow

Like DeepMind and OpenAI, Wayve's new autonomous vehicle learns to drive using "reinforcement learning" to stay within a lane.

Sun 8 Jul 18 from CNET

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