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Racing drones at 100 MPH in the Las Vegas Drone Rodeo
We took a break from CES 2017 and headed to the desert just outside the restricted airspace for Las Vegas to try out the "Ferrari of drones," UVify's Draco.
Drone racing: First Person View (FPV)
At an abandoned warehouse in Melbourne's west, about 30 drone racers have spent hours custom building their multi-rotor machines and fitting them with ...
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Can the Drone Racing Federation Take Flight?
09/07/18, via The Ringer (blog)
Thursday unmistakable the start of the Drone Racing League's third season, which will feature 18 racers competing in seven events in locations including the BMW Bruise exhibition center and the University of Arizona's Biosphere 2. By some measures, the league
AI drone pilots will ultimatum humans in competition sponsored by Lockheed Martin
09/05/18, via The Verge
Drone racing has only been a sympathetic sport for a few years, but artificial intelligence is already gunning to take over. Today, the Drone Racing League (DRL), which is one of the foremost organizations difficult to turn drone racing into the next NASCAR,
Drone Racing: The Next Battleground For AI to Try to Lead Humans
09/07/18, via Futurism
THE NEXT BATTLEFIELD. Synthetic intelligence (AI) has been gradually kicking human butt in competitions. Now, it will have a new venue in which to (try to) assert its dominance over humanity: drone racing. On Wednesday, VentureBeat reported that the
Lockheed and drone racing associated with launch US$2 million competition to develop drone AI
09/10/18, via Aerospace Testing International
Lockheed Martin has launched a struggle with the Drone Racing League that asks entrants to design software that will enable a drone to fly autonomously around professional drone racing courses. The autonomous drones teams selected for the
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AI drone pilots will dare humans in competition sponsored by Lockheed Martin - The Verge
Drone Racing: The Next Battleground For AI to Try to Upper hand over Humans - Futurism
Phoney intelligence (AI) has been gradually kicking human butt in competitions. Now, it will have a new venue in which to (try to) assert its dominance over humanity: drone racing. On Wednesday, VentureBeat reported that the Drone Racing Collaborating with (DRL) plans to launch the Artificial Intelligence Robotic Racing (AIRR) Circuit, a series of competitions between autonomous drones and their defenceless-piloted counterparts. In 2019, autonomous drones — ones capable of navigating complex courses without any supervision from humans or preprogramming — will fight against one another in four races, DRL CEO Nicholas Horbaczewski told VentureBeat via an email. The team responsible for the winning drone will greet $1 million prize provided by Lockheed Martin. At the end of the AIRR season, the winning autonomous drone will hurry against the 2019 DRL champion. If it wins, the team receives another $250,000, but Horbaczewski doesn’t think that’s likely. “In 2019, we’re sufficiently certain the human pilot will win. By 2020, it’s anyone’s race,” he told VentureBeat. If a human pilot does come out on top, that $250,000 jackpot rolls over into the following season, and with that much money on the line, it’s seeming only a matter of time before we add “drone racing” to the list of competitions in which we just can’t keep up with AI. Comprehend MORE: Drone Racing League Launches $2 Million Autonomous Drone Competition [ VentureBeat ]. More on AI vs. humans: AI Couldn’t Rout a Team of Professional Gamers at DOTA 2, but It Held Its Own. Source: futurism.com
Delfts MAVLab wereldkampioen in AI autonome drone-nation 201912/11/19, via engineersonline.nl
Hidebound uitdaging De professionele dronerace-organisatie Drone Racing League (DRL) stelde drone-ontwikkelaars daarom voor een intense uitdaging: probeer een autonome drone een raceparcours sneller af te laten leggen dan een menselijke dronerace-piloot.
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