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redpoint5 12-12-2017 12:15 PM

Autonomous Driving Idea - AI Learning
I was just thinking how most robots used in industry have motions programmed by humans. In fact, painting robots often record the motions that a skilled painter makes in painting the body of a car, and then minor tweaks to the motion are programmed in to correct any little errors. Then the motion is repeated when the production line is turned on.

Instead of relying entirely on autonomous cars having code robust enough to navigate unfamiliar roads, I was thinking a similar approach could be used. Have a learning mode where the human driver makes a typical commute to work a few times while the car learns where the road markings are, obstacles such as potholes, lane positions, etc before taking over. This would give the AI a jumpstart on learning the route and being able to anticipate some things in advance, instead of having to calculate on the fly every single time.

freebeard 12-12-2017 04:30 PM


sendler 12-15-2017 06:29 AM

Many of the driving aid programs that we have now do require that navi has a destination engaged so that a great deal of already "known" info can come down from the cloud as the trip progresses.

hayden55 03-21-2018 05:34 PM

Hey Bro they already have this. See Comma ai.
Jump on board and start developing for the pip.

freebeard 03-21-2018 07:20 PM =

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