Self-driving Cars

Self-Driving Cars Gear Up to Predict Foot Traffic

Self-driving cars and AI technology are making headlines around the world. However, the technology is yet to fulfill its promise to millions at large. Soon, researchers from University of Michigan (UMich) could change that. UMich researchers are studying human body symmetry, gait, and foot movement. They are using GPS, onboard cameras in vehicles, LiDAR to gather data. The data is then fed into a 3-D computer stimulation program to recreate

Self-Driving Cars to Get Enhanced Vision with Improved AI Camera

Stanford researchers have designed an artificial intelligence (AI) camera that can perceive questions speedier, and could be utilized to enable autonomous vehicles to more readily explore through deterrents. The image recognition technology that underlies the present autonomous cars and airborne automatons relies upon computerized reasoning: the computers basically train themselves to perceive objects like a person on foot crossing the road, a dog, or a halted auto. The issue is

Accommodating Visually Impaired into Self Driving Cars

The year 2012 saw a blind Steve Mahan drive a self-driving car into the premises of a Taco Bell in a viral video. This video showcased the potential of the autonomous car technology, which could possible change a visually impaired person’s life. Mahan mentioned how amazing he felt he took sat behind a steering wheel for the first time in over 7 years. Analysts in favor of the technology say

Disabled People to get Mobile through Self-driving Cars

Self-driving autos could reform how handicapped individuals get around their groups and even go a long way from home. Individuals who can’t see well or with physical or mental challenges that keep them from driving securely regularly depend on others – or nearby government or not-for-profit offices – to enable them to get around. Autonomous vehicle innovation all alone isn’t sufficient to enable these individuals to end up plainly more