Institute of Network Engineering
TOPIC：Who Makes Driver Stop? Towards Human-like Risk Assessment for Intelligent Driving Systems
TIME：110/05/12 (Wed.) 3:30-5:00PM
SPEAKER： Prof. YI-TING CHEN 陳奕廷 教授
- Bachelor of Science, National Chiao Tung University, Department of Electronics Engineering.
- D., Purdue University, Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Prof. Yi-Ting Chen is an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science at National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University. He received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Purdue University. Prof. Yi-Ting Chen was a senior research scientist at Honda Research Institute USA from 2015 to 2020. He was a visiting researcher at Google ATAP in Spring 2015. He was a visiting computer vision researcher in Prof. Ming-Hsuan Yang's group at UC Merced in 2014. He was an imaging science intern at HP.
While driving to our favorite restaurant, we keep reacting to the changing traffic situations. For instance, we have to brake hard to avoid hitting those cut-in scooters. Humans constantly assess inherent risk and operate vehicles accordingly. What are the underlying computational principles? In this talk, I will share the efforts we are taking toward a human-like risk assessment framework. Our ultimate goal is to deploy our findings for next-generation intelligent driving systems toward a zero collision mobility experience.