Argo.ai and Carnegie Mellon to found driverless vehicle research…

Argo.ai and Carnegie Mellon to found driverless vehicle research center | VentureBeat

Argo.ai says it’ll pledge $15 million over five years to fund faculty leaders and support graduate students conducting studies in pursuit of their doctorates. Additionally, the company says it’ll provide Carnegie Mellon students engaged in autonomous vehicle research access to data, infrastructure, and platforms like Argoverse, a curated corpus of more than 300,000 vehicle trajectories and 290 kilometers of recorded road lanes.

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