There Is Now A Virtual Driving School For AI Vehicles
Scientists have developed a simulation program designed to teach autonomous cars how to handle real obstacles
Scientists from the Computer Vision Center in Barcelona have developed Synthia (Synthetic collection of Imagery and Annotations of urban scenario), a virtual city simulation that trains autonomous cars to recognize obstacles, signs, and other situations the software will encounter while driving on city roads.
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