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The Self Learning Car

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This is the first talk in the CAPE Lecture Series, to be held twice termly and organised by the Centre for Advanced Photonics and Electronics (CAPE). http://www-cape.eng.cam.ac.uk/

This talk will explore recent work done to join together two, previously unrelated, concepts: machine learning and the automotive environment. Jaguar Land Rover Research call this idea the Self-Learning Car. Until recently, vehicular features have been developed using standard software and engineering techniques, however this only works for a limited class of problems. We therefore will explore some recent work on machine learning, data mining and artificial intelligence techniques for developing new customer features, and how these approaches have to be customised for use within the challenging automotive environment. We will also look at the benefits, opportunities and challenges of machine learning within the automotive environment and will share our vision for the future of this technology.

This talk is part of the CAPE Lecture Series series.

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