Lex Fridman and Bryan Reimer Present for AI Innovation of Sweden

Lex Fridman and Bryan Reimer Present for AI Innovation of Sweden

AgeLab Research Scientists Lex Fridman and Bryan Reimer gave talks on artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles at the 2019 AI Innovation of Sweden Seminar in Gothenberg, Sweden.

Dr. Fridman presented a human-centered paradigm for building deep learning based driver-assistance, semi-autonomous, and fully-autonomous vehicle systems, contrasting it with how the problem is currently formulated and approached in academia and industry. He discusses the AgeLab's research on driver state sensing, transfer of control, pedestrian interaction, driver functional vigilance in real-world AI-assisted driving with Tesla Autopilot.

Dr. Reimer's talk centered on elements of what is known about automation in the vehicle today and our evolution towards self-driving. Results from an ongoing naturalistic study of ADAS and ADS being undertaken as part of the Advanced Vehicle Technology (AVT) consortium at the MIT AgeLab are highlighted.

View Dr. Fridman's and Dr. Reimer's presentations below.

 

 

 

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