Uber Seeks $1B For Self-Driving Car Unit

Uber Seeks $1B For Self-Driving Car Unit

While Uber is known as one of the pioneers in self-driving vehicels, its autonomous vehicle division has been a source of contention for investors. TechCrunch... Details
Will Self-Driving Cars Will Deliver Amazon Goods?

Will Self-Driving Cars Will Deliver Amazon Goods?

Here’s an interesting look at how autonomous vehicles will change that last mile of logistics in this interview with Aurora CEO Chris Urmson. Details
AI Learns to DRIVE

AI Learns to DRIVE

Code Bullet experiments with a brand new (form him) algorithm, QLearning, and teaches an AI how to drive. Details
Oliver Cameron (Voyage CEO) on Self-Driving Cars

Oliver Cameron (Voyage CEO) on Self-Driving Cars

Oliver Cameron is the Co-Founder and CEO of Voyage. Before that he was the lead of the Udacity Self-Driving Car program that made ideas in... Details
A Look at How Tesla’s AutoPilot Works

A Look at How Tesla’s AutoPilot Works

The YouTube channel Engineering Explained has a video exploring the Tesla AutoPilot system. Details
Waymo’s Drago Anguelov Talks Self-Driving Cars at MIT

Waymo’s Drago Anguelov Talks Self-Driving Cars at MIT

In this video, Drago Anguelov, a Principal Scientist at Waymo, talks about  developing and applying machine learning methods for autonomous vehicle perception and, more generally,... Details
Self Driving Cars: RALPH

Self Driving Cars: RALPH

In this video, Welch Labs explores the RALPH system. Details
Kyle Vogt on Cruise Automation

Kyle Vogt on Cruise Automation

In this video, Lex Fridman interviews Kyle Vogt,, the President and CTO of Cruise Automation. Cruise Automation leading an effort in trying to solve one... Details
The Automated World

The Automated World

The Verge has an interesting video on the impact of automation on job markets and what that means for economies and societies. Details
Self-Driving Cars: State of the Art

Self-Driving Cars: State of the Art

Lex Fridman examines the 2019 state of the art of autonomous vehicles in this MIT lecture. Details