Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute
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|Whittaker To Receive AAAI Feigenbaum Prize|
June 06, 2011. William “Red” Whittaker’s contributions to the field of artificial intelligence through innovation and achievement in autonomous vehicle research, as signified by his team’s victory in the 2007 Urban Challenge robot race, have won him a share of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence’s (AAAI) inaugural Feigenbaum Prize.
|Google Robot Car Project Involves Large CMU Contingent|
October 20, 2010. Google Inc.'s autonomous vehicle project has achieved a milestone for self-driving vehicles, with eight cars logging more than 140,000 miles on public roads with minimal human input. Current and former Carnegie Mellon students, faculty and staff have made large contributions as part of the Google team.
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