Self-driving cars are getting everyone’s attention, including companies, start-ups, and research labs. With a multi-billion market, Autonus Driving is a rapidly growing field that promises to lower accidents rates and save peoples’ time, effort, and even life. Thanks to advancements in Artificial Intelligence, cars can see road users (including other vehicles and pedestrians), know their location, understand the semantics of the scene, and then produce safe, collision-free manoeuvres. During this event, Izzeddin will explain how machine learning and computer vision are harnessed to make self-driving cars.
AI Project Lead at Oxford Brooks Racing
Izzeddin is a PhD student researching Deep learning for Intention and Trajectory Prediction in Autonomous Vehicles at Oxford Brookes University. He is also the project lead for OBR Autonomous team, in which he supervises a group of BSc and MSc students to build an autonomous formula one car. Before that, Izzeddin finished an MSc in Robotics at King’s College London and a BSc in Mechanical Enginee…