Final comments from Scott Ettinger on the robot race: DARPA announced the winners at an awards ceremony this morning.
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A description of the race and early results of the DARPA robot car contest from Scott Ettinger. Today was the day of the DARPA Urban Challenge final event and people turned out in force to watch high-tech cars drive themselves … Read more
You may have seen the blogs this week from Scott Ettinger, Intel Research Scientist helping Stanford’s team, giving you the play-by-play during the qualifiers. You’ll hear from him again tomorrow – watch out for it, because the event today was … Read more
More on the DARPA robot car contest, currently underway, from Scott Ettinger. Read his previous blog for more info. Today Junior (Stanford’s robotic vehicle) faced the dreaded merge testing at track A. As I described earlier, this test involves dense … Read more
This blog comes to you from Scott Ettinger of our Applications Research Lab. Scott is on-site at the DARPA Urban Challenge, working with the Stanford team to try and win a unique automobile race where there are no drivers. Photos … Read more
Within the Intel labs we were shocked by the public reaction to our 80 core disclosure last spring. The interest level was astounding, but after the initial discussions (around core type, how they were arranged/interconnected, power vs. teraflops, and the … Read more