We are back with our third show this week, episode 3 of our Autonomous Vehicles Series. My guest this time is Katie Driggs-Campbell, PostDoc in the Intelligent Systems Lab at Stanford University’s Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Katie joins us to discuss her research into human behavioral modeling and control systems for self-driving vehicles. Katie also gives us some insight into her process for collecting training data, how social nuances come into play for self-driving cars, and more.
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Mentioned in the Interview
- Stanford Intelligent Systems Laboratory
- Robust Adversarial Reinforcement Learning
- Robust Reinforcement Learning
- Autonomous Vehicles Series Page
- NYU Future of AI Summit
- NYU Nexus Labs Series
- TWiML Talk #20 – Kathryn Hume
- TWiML Talk #21 – Ruchir Puri
- TWiML Talk #22 – Matt Zeiler
- Mighty AI
- Mighty AI on Twitter
- TWiML Events Page
- TWiML Meetup
- TWiML Newsletter