We are nearing the end of March races. On Thursday we will know who makes it into the Pro Division and also who will qualify for the great finale live race to fight for the first three spots in the finals. We will also have a look at how the time improvements are shaping in among the top racers in each group.Continue reading “AWS DeepRacer League 2021 Update #4”
Another great resource from Cyrus Wong’s team: how to connect a PS4 pad or a steering wheel to your DeepRacer. Excellent content Siu Hong Leung!
We would like to announce and ask you to share information about the AWS DeepRacer Women’s League India. If you’re a female student in India, join a series of events that will introduce you to DeepRacer and the world of AWS Reinforcement Learning offering and let you participate in the qualifying races which will end with a live final race streamed on Twitch.
Read on for more info.Continue reading “AWS DeepRacer Women’s League India”
Let’s have a look what the last week brought in the AWS DeepRacer League. This update has been prepared with use of AWS DeepRacer Race Data Project.Continue reading “AWS DeepRacer League 2021 Update #3”
We’re almost halfway through the March, let’s see how the races are unfolding in the second AWS Machine Learning Community League update. This update has been prepared with use of AWS DeepRacer Race Data Project.Continue reading “AWS DeepRacer League 2021 Update #2”
Today, we are happy to announce the release of the AWS DeepRacer Community race data repository. Over the past few years, we have seen thousands of racers compete in the AWS DeepRacer League, and together they produced tons of leaderboard submissions. During the past weeks, we’ve worked on archiving and collecting the track and leaderboard data which is available via the AWS DeepRacer service. The archived data can be found on Github and is updated every hour.Continue reading “Announcing: the AWS DeepRacer Community race data repository”
Oscar Yuen, is teaching secondary school students how to play the AWS DeepRacer in Hong Kong, he is sharing his racing skills and teaching experiences with AWS DeepRacer. Visit Linkedin to read his post on how to train using waypoints.
His reward function samples are available on his Github.
It’s started! The first races of 2021 have begun with a wealth of new features. On behalf of the AWS Machine Learning Community I’m pleased to present the latest report from the race tracks!Continue reading “AWS DeepRacer League 2021 Update #1”