Rethinking Self-driving: Multi-task Knowledge for Better Generalization and Accident Explanation Ability

Current end-to-end deep learning driving models have two problems: (1) Poor generalization ability of unobserved driving environment when diversity of training driving dataset is limited (2) Lack of accident explanation ability when driving models don't work as expected. To tackle these two problems, rooted on the believe that knowledge of associated easy task is benificial for addressing difficult task, we proposed a new driving model which is composed of perception module for \textit{see and think} and driving module for \textit{behave}, and trained it with multi-task perception-related basic knowledge and driving knowledge stepwisely... (read more)

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