Suppliers forge the relationship between AI and sensors

Deep learning technologies will play key roles in safely guiding AVs – but some, such as AEye, are considering alternative approaches to handling data for computer vision. By Xavier Boucherat

Technology based on artificial intelligence (AI), specifically deep learning, is only as good as the data that powers it. For the self-driving car, that data will arrive in part via sensor suites featuring any combination of cameras, radars and LiDAR. These are the inputs for any computer vision system, which in the future will help vehicles make the decisions normally made by humans, and trained by vast amounts of data.

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