Podcast: The Autonomous Race & Drift Cars Of The Not So Distant Future

In this episode, we talk about how Toyota and Stanford are collaborating to utilize AI for drifting controls and the efforts behind a team at TUM which has resulted in an autonomous race car performing at the capacity of an amateur F1 driver.

06 Sep, 2022

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image: Toyota Research Institute

image: Toyota Research Institute

In this episode, we talk about how Toyota and Stanford are collaborating to utilize AI for drifting controls and the efforts behind a team at TUM which has resulted in an autonomous race car performing at the capacity of an amateur F1 driver. 


This podcast is sponsored by Mouser Electronics.      


EPISODE NOTES

(3:55) - Drifting Autonomous Vehicle🚗

(16:50) - Autonomous F1 Races By 2025🏎

Episode 86 was brought to you by Mouser Electronics, Farbod & Daniel’s favorite electronics distributor. Click here to read about the Mouser technical resource discussing Formula racing!


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06 Sep, 2022

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