The road to “solving” self-driving cars is riddled with challenges, from insight and decision making to figuring out the interaction between human rights and robots.
Today we’re announcing that joining us at TC Sessions: Robotics+ AI on March 3 at UC Berkeley are two experts who participate important roles of new developments and deployment of autonomous vehicle technology: Anca Dragan and Jur van shelter Berg.
Dragan is an assistant professor in UC Berkeley’s electrical engineering and computer sciences department, as well as a senior experiment scientist and consultant for Waymo, the former Google self-driving assignment that is now a business under Alphabet. She extends the InterACT Lab at UC Berkeley, which concentrate on algorithms for human-robot interaction. Dragan too facilitated attained, and dishes on, the steering committee for the Berkeley AI Research Lab, and is co-PI of the Center for Human-Compatible AI.
Last year, Dragan was awarded the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.
Van den Berg is the co-founder and CTO of Ike Robotics, a self-driving truck startup that last year conjured $52 million in a Series A fund round led by Bain Capital Ventures. Van den Berg has been part of the most important, reticent and even contentious companies in the autonomous vehicle engineering industry. He was a major investigate and developer in Apple’s special projects group, before jumping to self-driving trucks startup Otto. He became a major sovereignty operator at Uber after the ride-hailing company acquired Otto.
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