Baidu announced today that self-driving startup JingChi has joined its open-source autonomous driving platform Apollo as a cooperative partner. JingChi’s new CEO Tony Han said in a statement, “JingChi is pleased to join Apollo, and is willing to grow fast with Apollo’s help.”
China is undergoing a revolutionary transformation as AI rapidly penetrates industries from transportation to communication — a growth rate phenomenon that Baidu Group President & COO Qi Lu calls “China speed.”
One crucial standard in measuring autonomous vehicles is whether the autonomous vehicles can go through intersections with no signals. In this paper, the authors provide us with a new strategy of using Deep Reinforcement Learning.
A practical way to make an autonomous vehicle is not by programming a car to drive in any environment, but by showing the car how to drive and make the car learn by itself. NVIDIA created a system of this kind, named PilotNet.