Mercedes-Benz on the global training of AI for cars

Self-driving car systems are not one size fits all.

Roberto Baldwin, @strngwys
January 10, 2018
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    As the development of autonomous cars moves forward, there are some hurdles that require researchers to travel to countries other than their own. For example, Mercedes-Benz just completed a five-month drive through five continents to encounter situations specific to each region to help the automaker train its AI. Christoph Von Hugo, head of active safety for Daimler AG, joined us onstage to talk about the drive and how the data will be used as a foundation for future self-driving car development.

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