Saturday, July 14, 2018

AVS 2018 Panel Session

It was great to have the opportunity to participate in a panel on autonomous vehicle validation and safety at AVS in San Francisco this past week.  Thanks especially to Steve Shladover for organizing such an excellent forum for discussion.

The discussion was the super-brief version. If you want to dig deeper, you can find much more complete slide decks attached to other blog posts:
The first question was to spend 5 minutes talking about the types of things we do for validation and safety.  Here are my slides from that very brief opening statement.

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