Podcast episode 25: Sebastian Thrun gives us a tour of the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab

Photo credit: Wired January 2006 article on Stanley, Stanford's entry into the 2005 DARPA Grand Challenge: http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/14.01/stanley.html

This is a great talk by Sebastian at Google on winning the DARPA Grand Challenge:

The autonomous stunt helicopters we mention are a project run by Andrew Ng, a colleague of Sebastian's at Stanford. Check out the project's website if you missed earlier posts linking to it: http://heli.stanford.edu/

Also, anyone who's website is "robots.stanford.edu" you know is just awesome.

Apologies on the audio—we both took recordings but it gets a bit muffled when we walk down hallways single file.

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Comment by Jack Crossfire on June 9, 2010 at 12:11am
With the machine learning, you now have to hard code the delays from the inputs to the responses & there's no way to train the long term offsets.


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