The number of U.S. states considering legislation related to autonomous vehicles has increased in the past few years, and a truck without a cab or driver was recently test-driven in Sweden. These self-driving vehicles would not have emerged without the advent of artificial-intelligence technologies and their success with everyday problems. A crucial task in autonomous driving is providing a substitute for human visual perception of the routes and surroundings so that the vehicle can operate by itself. This task primarily involves image classification-that is, automatically assigning a category label, such as a pedestrian, lane marking, or pothole, to a photo captured by a vehicle’s camera sensors, which is the focus of this article.
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