Garage startup uses deep learning to teach cars to drive

Carol Reiley, president and cofounder of autonomous car tech startup Drive.ai, recruited most of her cofounders from the artificial intelligence program at nearby Stanford University.(Photo: Marco della Cava, USA TODAY) MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – In a cavernous garage just off the freeway, a team of young scientists with Stanford University degrees is laboring to create yet another technological revolution. Drive.ai’s hardware and software engineers – six of whom met while doing artificial intelligence research at Stanford — aim to play a key role in making self-driving cars the first robots humans interact with on a global scale. “How do you create a robot that people can trust? That’s what we’re working on,” says co-founder and president Carol Reiley, 34, a Johns Hopkins University PhD candidate who paused her studies to move…


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