See the world through the eyes of a driverless car in YOUR town: Interactive tool reveals how …

Two complementary systems developed by Cambridge researchers use deep learning to identify surroundingsUsers can upload their own photos, or randomly generate one, to see how a driverless car would view the sceneSystem is able to categorize objects in a scene into 12 different groups, including buildings, pedestrians, and bikesBy Cheyenne Macdonald For Dailymail.com Published: 23:52, 22 December 2015 | Updated: 00:44, 23 December 2015 Driverless cars may not see the world the way we do, but they know exactly what they’re looking at.Two new systems developed for driverless cars at the University of Cambridge use deep learning to ‘see’ their surroundings, and accurately identify what’s around.The researchers have now created a free online tool so anyone can upload their own photos, and view their neighbourhoods the way artificial intelligence would…


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