How I Built a Neural Network Controlled Self Driving (RC) Car

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Saturday 21st April, 2012

11:45am to 12:15pm (GMT)

Cheap, mass produced mobile phone hardware laden with sensors combined with the compute power of the machines we use every day make expensive research systems of the 90s implementable in your living room. I'll explain how I did just that. Combining machine learning techniques anyone can learn online, an open source hardware platform, a simple mobile app and a bit of heath-robinson device hacking to build a remote control car that learns how to navigate autonomously.

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David Singleton

Born in Belfast, lives in San Francisco, works at Google, married to @fjsingleton likes to push the envelope. bio from Twitter

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BACON 2012

England England, London

20th21st April 2012

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Time 11:45am12:15pm GMT

Date Sat 21st April 2012


Newgate Suite, The Mermaid Conference Centre

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