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Training Neural Networks To Pilot Autonomous Vehicles: Scaled Self-Driving Car, Jason Zisheng Chang Jan 2018

Training Neural Networks To Pilot Autonomous Vehicles: Scaled Self-Driving Car, Jason Zisheng Chang

Senior Projects Spring 2018

This project explores the use of deep convolutional neural networks in autonomous cars. Successful implementation of autonomous vehicles has many societal benefits. One of the main benefits is its potential to significantly reduce traffic accidents. In the United States, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration states that human error is at fault for 93% of automotive crashes. Robust driverless vehicles can prevent many of these collisions. The main challenge in developing autonomous vehicles today is how to create a system that is able to accurately perceive and process the world around it. In 2016, NVIDIA successfully trained a deep convolutional ...


Advanced Remote Field Triage Of Car Crash Victims, James Long, Mark Maguire, Joe Clarke Aug 2015

Advanced Remote Field Triage Of Car Crash Victims, James Long, Mark Maguire, Joe Clarke

Conference Papers

No abstract provided.


The Safety Risks Of Proposed Fuel Economy Legislation, John D. Graham Mar 1992

The Safety Risks Of Proposed Fuel Economy Legislation, John D. Graham

RISK: Health, Safety & Environment (1990-2002)

Based on, e.g., a comprehensive assessment of what is known of factors influencing automobile safety, previous industry responses to requirements for fuel economy and prior success of regulators in reducing injuries, Professor Graham concludes that pending fuel economy bills are apt to add 1650 fatalities and 8500 serious accidents to the annual highway toll. He also presents several short-term and long-term strategies for simultaneously saving fuel and lives.


Agenda: Air Quality Protection In The West, University Of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center Nov 1989

Agenda: Air Quality Protection In The West, University Of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center

Air Quality Protection in the West (November 27-28)

Conference organizers, session moderators and/or speakers included University of Colorado School of Law professor Mark S. Squillace.

Visibility, acid rain, air toxics, and urban air pollution are the topics of an upcoming Center conference on air quality in the West. The conference will be held at the School of Law in Boulder on November 27-28, 1989. Presentations will describe the nature and scope of the issues, the existing legal framework and experience with its implementation, and proposed changes in the law. Emphasis will be placed on air quality issues in the West and efforts underway to address these problems ...