CG Simulator + AI Driving Olympics
July 19, 2019 | Technology
In order to benchmark our AI based robot navigation algorithms and other applications such as sim to reality transfer, robot learning etc. we participated in AI driving Olympics challenge in 2018 and 2019
Panasonic R&D Center Singapore Won the AI Driving Olympics (AI-DO) at NeurIPS (formerly known as NIPS) 2018
Panasonic R&D Center Singapore (PRDCSG) teamed up with the National University of Singapore (NUS) to partake in the inaugural AI Driving Olympics (AI-DO) competition, which took place at NeurIPS (formerly known as NIPS), a premier machine learning conference, in Montréal, Canada, on 8th December 2018. The Panasonic-NUS team cruised past all the competitors to secure top spot.
Besting the other participants in the Leaderboards of Lane Following (LF) challenge and Lane Following with Vehicles (LFV) challenge utilizing the Duckietown platform, and subsequently during the live event at NeurIPS 2018, the Panasonic-NUS team was eventually crowned the Winner of the competition.
The competition itself attracted participation from both academia [e.g., Université de Montréal, Shandong University] and industry [e.g., Samsung AI Center Moscow (SAIC Moscow), JetBrains Research, Visteon] as well as individuals.
Such achievement earned at a top-tier international competition like NeurIPS spells out PRDCSG’s strong commitment to supporting Panasonic’s businesses in terms of technology promotion, branding and business contribution.
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