10. DARPA LAGR Program: Learning Applied to Long-Range Vision using a Collision-Free Navigation Platform

coauthor: Raia Hadsell, The Robotics Institute, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University
author: Pierre Sermanet, New York University (NYU)
coauthor: Marco Scoffier, New York University (NYU)
coauthor: Jan Ben, New York University (NYU)
coauthor: Chris Crudele, New York University (NYU)
coauthor: Yann LeCun, Computer Science Department, New York University (NYU)
coauthor: Urs Muller, New York University (NYU)
coauthor: Ayse Erkan, New York University (NYU)
coauthor: Matthew Koichi Grimes, New York University (NYU)
published: June 2, 2008,   recorded: June 2008,   views: 441
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New York University uses machine learning to extend the vision of the DARPA LAGR robots.

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