Autonomous land vehicles - drivers not required


Dear Fellow Computer Science Enthusiasts


10/9 was a giant leap for R&D in CS; a completely autonomous land vehicle completed a 131.6 miles track and won $2 mil in DARPA challenge. I’ve been following this competition closely for two years now and disappointed that MIT / CMU’s Red team couldn't make it. Alan Turing was seldom asked for things computer can’t do, which he mentioned in his 1950’s famous paper as computer can’t do X (list includes enjoying strawberry and driving in middle of Cairo). Cairo or not, now we have machines which can autonomously drive and vehicles on variant terrains…Woo Ho!

DARPA Grand Challenge Race, LA to Vegas
Stanford's Stanley takes DARPA's $2 million


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