Audi’s New AI Rig for Driverless Cars Is … a Toy Car

How do you get a car to learn to park? For Audi, the first step is taking it out of the toy box. The automaker’s Audi Q2 Deep Learning Concept is actually a one-eighth scale version of the real thing that roams around a three-meter square model parking lot. Much like its life-size counterparts, its body is studded with sensors, including two cameras and 10 ultrasonic sensors, that allow it to scan for obstacles and find a space to maneuver into. But why is Audi using a toy when there seem to be full-blown autonomous cars zipping around every forward-gazing city? Well, that’s because it’s learning how to park all by itself. The small vehicle uses reinforcement learning to work out how to move around the parking lot. Essentially, then, it…


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