Ryan Zotti: How to Build Your Own Self Driving Toy Car
PyData DC 2016
I’ve spent the past 6 months building a self-driving toy car using a Raspberry Pi, OpenCV, and TensorFlow. If you’ve ever thought about building your own self-driving toy car, this presentation will help you avoid common pitfalls and shed light on important tradeoffs that you’ll have to weigh along the way. I’ll cover things like how to parse images, how to effectively tune machine learning neural.
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