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Harvard / MIT machine learning research

Discussion in 'Electric Vehicles' started by adamjb, Oct 3, 2017.

  1. adamjb

    adamjb New Member

    Oct 3, 2017
    New to the forum - wanted to reach out to Tesla owners that might be interested in participating in research that I'm working on with a group of students at MIT and Harvard.

    We're working with Thomas Poggio and Vikash Mansinghka on a project to apply Machine Learning / AI techniques to novel datasets and applications (see: 9.520/6.860, Fall 2017), with an interest in driving data.

    Our goal is to work with driving datasets from individual drivers (via access to Tesla API keys), in addition to aggregated datasets from Uber and Lyft. We're hoping to help people improve their driving, optimize charging & routes, and discover cool & useful insights.

    If interested, we made a quick online form to sign up: carriage.

    Feel free to reply with questions, or email me directly at adamjb at mit dot edu.

    Thanks in Advance!

    Adam, Jifei, Mike, and Alex (our team that's working on this, whose bios you can read in more depth via the above link)

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