AWS India have announced the DeepRacer Women’s League to promote machine learning among the students in India. Racers had pretty much two weeks to learn how to train their models and to qualify into the final. Let’s see how they are doing.Continue reading “AWS DeepRacer Women’s League India 2021 Grand Finale”
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.
There are a few important updates to community projects that we would like to share.Continue reading “Community projects updates”
AWS Machine Learning Community would like to invite all new racers to join the community race created specially for them. Prizes await!Continue reading “Get Started with AWS DeepRacer Beginners Community Race 3 April – 31 May 2020”
We are pleased to present a new release of AWS DeepRacer Log Analysis tool. Learn what what it lets you do and how you can run it.Continue reading “Introducing AWS DeepRacer Log Analysis”
Carlos Cortez, founder and leader of AWS User Group Perú is looking for those interested in learning to race together and to organise the first official AWS DeepRacer race in Perú. All details (including the form link) in his LinkedIn post below.
The AWS Groups from Michigan and Detroit invite you to fill in a survey if you’re interested in attending DeepRacer related events or joining a competitive DeepRacer group.
Unfortunately we have missed the time to announce a session on DeepRacer in Michigan that took place on the 9th of January 2020, but you can see it if you’re in Detroit on the 24th.
Harnoor Minhas (Quicken Loans) will talk about what Machine Learning is and how you can get a grasp of it with DeepRacer. Click here to sign up on meetup.com.
When: Friday, January 24, 2020, 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Where: Amazon Detroit, 150 West Jefferson · Detroit, Michigan
Thank you to all who have voted in October’s log analysis challenge. As the month has ended, it’s time to present the results.Continue reading “AWS DeepRacer Community Log Analysis Challenge – the results”
It’s time for voting in the challenge (See the announcement). Two and a half weeks have brought us ten submissions in the AWS DeepRacer log analysis challenge. I think this is a lot. Many of the contestants submitted code to open source or public domain projects for the first time and I know how hard it can be, not only because of technical challenge – it also takes courage to show one’s code and expose oneself to opinions of others. To me all of you who decided to take part have accomplished something big.Continue reading “AWS DeepRacer Community Log Analysis Challenge – Entries”
This is how it started: on the 8th of May 2019 we had loads of fun at the AWS Summit in London. Lyndon Leggate made sure the conversation kept going and at today, 70,000 messages later it doesn’t look like we want to stop. Welcome to the AWS DeepRacer Community blog.Continue reading “Hello DeepRacer”