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James McBride: AI, Robotics, and Autonomous Vehicle Development at Ford Motor Company | CMU RI Seminar

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14 October 2017



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Abstract: “This presentation will highlight the history of autonomous vehicle development at Ford Motor Company and elsewhere within the industry, with an emphasis on discussing some of the difficult remaining challenges to be solved. Additionally, examples illustrating the broader range of potential applications for AI and Robotics within the transportation industry will be touched upon.”




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