AI-powered autonomous driving vehicle
Press Releases | September 12, 2022
Artificial Intelligence (AI) model that handles multiple perception and control tasks simultaneously in driving a vehicle safely in diverse environments
A research team consisting of Oskar Natan, a Ph.D. student, and his supervisor, Professor Jun Miura, who are affiliated with the Active Intelligent System Laboratory (AISL), Department of Computer Science Engineering, Toyohashi University of Technology, has developed an AI model that can handle perception and control simultaneously for an autonomous driving vehicle. The AI model perceives the environment by completing several vision tasks while driving the vehicle following a sequence of route points. Moreover, the AI model can drive the vehicle safely in diverse environmental conditions under various scenarios. Evaluated under point-to-point navigation tasks, the AI model achieves the best drivability of certain recent models in a standard simulation environment.
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