Roborace

Discussion in 'Motorsports Chat & Race Preparation' started by Metalman, Oct 30, 2020.

  1. Metalman

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    Short race, predictable outcome.
     
  3. MCS02

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    Funny. Maybe they should have a Tesla self driving race
     
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    Justa big dumb RC race car, showing predictable results. Bet you all can't wait to share the roads with self driving cars. :Dead:
     
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  5. agranger

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    I watched this Neural Network / programming exercise for getting around a race track. You put a bunch of simulated cars at the starting line of a simulated track and run multiple iterations, selecting those where the programming was most successful, using the best examples as 'parents' for the next round of racers.

    I would have loved to see what happens with another 20 iterations... or 2M iterations, choosing the fastest car of each round as the 'parent'.

     
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    That’s great!
     

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