Feb. 13, 2024, 5:44 a.m. | Ross Greer Mohan Trivedi

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This research explores the integration of language embeddings for active learning in autonomous driving datasets, with a focus on novelty detection. Novelty arises from unexpected scenarios that autonomous vehicles struggle to navigate, necessitating higher-level reasoning abilities. Our proposed method employs language-based representations to identify novel scenes, emphasizing the dual purpose of safety takeover responses and active learning. The research presents a clustering experiment using Contrastive Language-Image Pretrained (CLIP) embeddings to organize datasets and detect novelties. We find that the proposed …

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