Embedded Vision Alliance: Blog

DRIVE Labs: How We’re Building Path Perception for Autonomous Vehicles

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Computer Vision-based Tracking Approaches

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Tracking: To follow a uniquely identified region of interest in a sequence of images.

Tesla Raises the Bar for Self-Driving Carmakers

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In unveiling the specs of his new self-driving car computer at this week’s Tesla Autonomy Day investor event, Elon Musk made several things very clear to the world.

First, Tesla is raising the bar for all other carmakers.

Can Programmable Processors Really Be Smaller Than Hardwired Logic?

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Machine Learning Acceleration in Vulkan with Cooperative Matrices

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Accelerating TensorFlow Inference with Intel Deep Learning Boost on 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable Processors

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Pruning Models with NVIDIA Transfer Learning Toolkit

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CES 2019 Show Report: AI, Smart Homes, Foldable Displays, 5G, and Of Course Automotive ADAS

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Introducing the Model Zoo for Intel Architecture

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How Does a Self-Driving Car See?

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To drive better than humans, autonomous vehicles must first see better than humans.