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    Navigating the Virtual Road to Autonomous Driving: Using Simulations to Test, Train, and Validate Autonomous Vehicles

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    Our expert panelist will examine how stimulations work, the advantages of using virtual reality for AV development and testing the data that is used and generated by stimulations.

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    The pandemic has highlighted the benefits of, and need for, autonomous vehicles (AVs). The path to satisfying regulators and the American public that these vehicles are as safe as, or safer than, human drivers, remains unclear. It’s estimated that AVs will need to drive 11 billion miles in order to reach the same error rate as human drivers. Since this is impractical, simulations are being used to test and teach AVs in highly realistic virtual environments. These simulations have the advantage of enabling automakers to train AV systems on edge cases generated by artificial intelligence - situations that rarely, if ever, happen, and that could be prohibitively dangerous to create and test on roads with human drivers.

    Event Details

    Duration

    90

    Format

    Web

    Date

    Oct 19, 2020

    2020-10-19T13:00:00-04:00 2020-10-19T14:30:00-04:00 Navigating the Virtual Road to Autonomous Driving: Using Simulations to Test, Train, and Validate Autonomous Vehicles

    TIPS Free Member Monday Series

    Our expert panelist will examine how stimulations work, the advantages of using virtual reality for AV development and testing the data that is used and generated by stimulations.

    Speakers

    Gail Gottehrer

    Law Office of Gail Gottehrer LLC

    Justin Daniels

    Baker Donelson et al

    Richard Kelley

    Nevada Center for Applied Research

    Ronald Hedges

    Dentons USA

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