RDW has been organising Self Driving Challenges with electrical karts since february 2019. During the span of this challenge, two teams battle each other for sweet victory, by programming the best functioning self driving kart!
Now, RDW is back with another Self Driving Challenge - but this time, there is a little twist! The cars that will be programmed are made of Lego! There will also be multiple teams competing against each other from Cover, ASCI (study association for Information Science), and RealTime (study association for HBO-ICT).
You can sign up alone or as a team (should consist of 3-7 people). If you sign up alone, we will put you in a team. Note that this might be a mixed team with members from the other associations as well.
Due to space limitations, this event will be an online-offline hybrid: one person from each team will be present at the location, the other team members can follow along at home. Please specify in the form below whether you'd be willing to come to the RDW location.
Check out the aftermovie of a previous Self Driving Challenge!
Davide Grossi addresses the Rug AI/CS class of 2020
David Grossi is our awesome in-house associate professor in Multi-Agent Decision Making at the Bernoulli Institute for Mathematics, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence of the University of Groningen.
He taught Artificial Intelligence 1, Introduction to Logic, Computational Social Choice at the University of Groningen and Digital Legal Studies at University of Amsterdam. With plenty of publications in the field we can't wait to hear is insights and answers to your juicy questions!
Blackboard Collaborate guest link: https://eu.bbcollab.com/gues...0065a63234ddab6fbf83a4089d4c6