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Junko Yoshida and EE Times carefully analyzed the autonomous driving videos that Mobileye shared earlier this year. Afterwards, they had a productive discussion with Mobileye's CTO to learn how the machine's visualizations are formed, and why it is making certain object classification errors. Good read if you want to nerd out on just a few of the complexities involved with building a safe, artificial driver.

https://www.eetimes.com/is-av-software-driver-detecting-what-we-are-seeing/#

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Junko Yoshida and EE Times carefully analyzed the autonomous driving videos that Mobileye shared earlier this year. Afterwards, they had a productive discussion with Mobileye's CTO to learn how the machine's visualizations are formed, and why it is making certain object classification errors. Good read if you want to nerd out on just a few of the complexities involved with building a safe, artificial driver.

https://www.eetimes.com/is-av-software-driver-detecting-what-we-are-seeing/#

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Interesting, they are taking the same approach as Tesla, just cameras, nothing else.

Edit: Oh wait, they are going to do both and use them for redundancy purposes.
 

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Junko Yoshida and EE Times carefully analyzed the autonomous driving videos that Mobileye shared earlier this year. Afterwards, they had a productive discussion with Mobileye's CTO to learn how the machine's visualizations are formed, and why it is making certain object classification errors. Good read if you want to nerd out on just a few of the complexities involved with building a safe, artificial driver.

https://www.eetimes.com/is-av-software-driver-detecting-what-we-are-seeing/#

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While this is very interesting the technology being demonstrated is Mobileye's EyeQ5 their latest generation product which is not yet installed in any production vehicles. However, the following video, which is also very impressive is based on the EyeQ4 generation which is being shipped in the Mach E:
 
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These are great. Thanks, Eric.

Maybe all these AV demonstrations are only using optical cameras because Mobileye's sensor fusion isn't performing well enough, yet?
 

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pretty impressive, actually. I don't think I would trust a car to drive itself in city traffic, but handsfree on the highway I think I will - after seeing it in action firsthand.
 



 









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