Self-driving cars must get better at understanding people’s intentions by “reading” the body language of the humans around them, so that they can co-exist more safely with us. In this amazing discussion with the CTO and co-founder of Perceptive Automata, we will learn how a branch of cognitive science known as psychophysics is being used to teach cars about the intentions of the humans around them so that they can be better and safer drivers.
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01:12 Sam’s career
05:04 Perceptive Au-TAW-mah-ta, not Au-to-MAH-ta
05:52 How are you teaching cars to understand human intention?
11:25 Structure of the autonomous vehicle market and the 5 Levels of autonomous driving
17:06 The Autonomous Vehicle technology stack
23:25 Use case discussion – how does an intuitive car understand multiple scenarios?
31:25 Cars will have general purpose compute platforms
33:49 Where does Tesla fit in here?
38:14 Typical customers for Perceptive Automata’s tools
41:09 Can intuition extend to other non-vehicle environments such as hospitality, delivery robots, and construction
42:34 What about the military applications?
46:52 Summary of market and global need
48:44 How much of this is Edge AI vs. being processed in the datacenter or cloud?
49:53 What does it take to train AI to understand human body language?
53:00 Career advice for people interested in getting into the autonomous vehicle market
57:48 How to contact Perceptive Automata and Sam
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