Reconstructing the Autonomous Driving Problem from a Single Image


Reconstructing the Autonomous Driving Problem from a Single Image – We present a new methodology for the task of automatic driving prediction. Our method is based on convolutional networks, a highly useful class of neural networks for prediction. We show that the best prediction results are obtained from a single image taken with different cameras. In this context, we study several scenarios in the car and learn a novel network structure, called a self-organized multi-modality network (SMN). We then demonstrate that the SMN can be used to predict and learn to drive accurately from a single image taken without the need for a camera and video. By learning a set of parameters, we can then use the SMN to solve an online learning problem with a large training set in each of the three settings. The SMN learned from its image is then used as a proxy to predict the next one. Our method shows competitive performance when all the parameters are well-aligned and the simulator can be easily deployed to the road. To evaluate our method, we evaluate the performance of our method in comparison with previous state-of-the-art machine learning methods.

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