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The AI Driving Olympics, presented by the Duckietown Foundation with help from our partners and sponsors is now in full swing. Check out the leaderboard! We now have templates for ROS, PyTorch, and TensorFlow, as well as an agnostic template. We also have baseline implementation using the classical pipeline, imitation learning with data from both […]
Submissions to the AI Driving Olympics are officially open for the Lane Following task evaluated in simulation. To make a submission, follow the instructions in the AIDO-book. For example, a good place to start is the Quick Start Guide. For discussion please check out the AIDO forums.
Dear friends of Duckietown:We are excited to bring you tremendous news about the Duckietown project.In the past years we have had the support from many enthusiastic individuals who have donated their time and efforts to help the Duckietown project grow, and grown it has!Duckietown started at MIT in 2016 - almost two years ago. Now […]
Today, we have launched the new communities subsites: more than 400, in fact. Each comes with a blog and a forum. We hope that this will encourage Duckietown enthusiasts to organize locally.
Press release The Duckietown Foundation is excited to announce the official opening of the The AI Driving Olympics, a new competition focused around AI for self-driving cars. The first edition of the AI Driving Olympics 2018 will take place in December 2018, at NIPS, the premiere machine learning conference, in Montréal. This is the first competition […]
High school students from around Naples enjoyed Duckietown at STMicroelectronics Research Centre this past May 9th.
A lab for self-driving vehicles: profile of the Fall 2017 class.
The 2nd edition of the Duckietown demo was a an internationally coordinated event. Massive Duckietown expositions were built in ETH Zürich and Université de Montréal, and TTI Chicago also joined remotely. The event was broadcast over skype between the locations and thousands of visitors were present between the locations.