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Sri Builds A Real Self-Driving Car

Sri Anumakonda walked through the Capstone Project for the Udacity Self-Driving Car Engineer Nanodegree Program, and it is such a nice write-up!

Sri is a teenage phenom who combines an engaging social media profile with impressive projects on a wide variety of software engineering projects.

I particularly appreciate Sri’s summary of the neural networks in his perception stack. Not only did Sri train a network to detect and classify traffic lights, which is a component of the Capstone, but he also trained MobileNet-SSD to detect cars and pedestrians, which goes above and beyond the requirements.

Several years have now passed since I was part of the team that built this project for Udacity. We had so much fun, and I’m delighted to see that students like Sri are still enjoying it!

Originally published at http://davidsilver.blog on June 15, 2021.

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A publication covering news, predictions, and opinions about self-driving cars and other autonomous vehicles.

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David Silver

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I love self-driving cars and I work on them at Cruise! https://getcruise.com

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