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Bright Box uses realistic video games to train its self-driving car retrofit kit

EXCLUSIVE: Bright Box is unveiling a self-driving car retrofit solution with a neural network that learns extreme driving through computer games. Bright Box’s Remoto Pilot emphasizes safe, reliable road/lane following as well as real-time detection and avoidance of various obstacles such as cars and pedestrians. It may sound crazy, but it makes a lot of sense to use games like Grand […]
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