Anyverse announced today its collaboration with Cron AI, the cutting-edge 3D data perception platform for autonomous machines. Cron AI selected Anyverse hyperspectral synthetic data generation platform to provide the most accurate LiDAR synthetic data and ensure consistent neural network training on all possible corner cases that real-world data may have missed.
Every year, the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI) puts out its AI Index, a massive collection of data and information that tries to sum up the current state of artificial intelligence.
Save the date! This May 10-12, 2022, Anyverse, will be at the AutoSens in Detroit! AutoSens is the world’s foremost meeting of automotive engineers working to improve automotive imaging and vehicle perception for production vehicles.
The 11th Autonomous Vehicles Silicon Valley Conference – AV22 is around the corner. Save the date and meet us there!
Many deep learning models struggle to see the relationships between objects in a scene, but the machine learning model MIT researchers have developed brings machines one step closer to understanding and interacting with the scene environment, just like humans would do…
Enhancing photorealism has obsessed the computer graphics world for years which has allowed us to see numerous papers, experiments, and even tricks to improve it in recent times. Some of them achieved remarkable results, as Intel Labs did with its machine learning project Enhancing Photorealism Enhancement.
DMS, OMS, HMI… We are heading 2022 and there is no doubt that interior sensing applications are rising exponentially, and they will continue to do so in the coming months.
Last week, we had the pleasure to exhibit at AutoSens 2021. Don’t miss our key takeaways from AutoSens in Brussels!
A couple of weeks ago, Tesla celebrated its AI Day, led by Elon himself along with Tesla’s Head of AI,Andrej Karpathy and other engineers from the software and hardware teams. Their “sole goal” was persuading experts in the field of robotics and artificial intelligence to come work at Tesla. But this event was much more than that and many of us were amazed by how Tesla is solving computer vision problems, and more specifically, how they generate training data for their car’s autopilot system.
This September 15-16, 2021, Anyverse™, will be at the AutoSens conference in Brussels!