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Published on Nov 10, 2015
MIT professor Sertac Karaman is teaching his students about robotics, drones and autonomous vehicles using the Jetson platform. Karaman designed an attention-grabbing course in racecar building to show his students the power and potential of embedded computing applications. When the course is offered again in 2016, the students will be using the Jetson TX1 supercomputer to build robotic cars capable of racing at 20 - 30 miles per hour. Students will use the Jetson TX1 for its machine-learning inference capabilities to be able to detect other cars that are racing at the same time. If you happen to be in the tunnels at MIT, watch your step!