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CLERA: A Unified Model for Joint Cognitive Load and Eye Region Analysis in the Wild

Jun 26, 2023
Li Ding, Jack Terwilliger, Aishni Parab, Meng Wang, Lex Fridman, Bruce Mehler, Bryan Reimer

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Driver Glance Classification In-the-wild: Towards Generalization Across Domains and Subjects

Dec 05, 2020
Sandipan Banerjee, Ajjen Joshi, Jay Turcot, Bryan Reimer, Taniya Mishra

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Dynamics of Pedestrian Crossing Decisions Based on Vehicle Trajectories in Large-Scale Simulated and Real-World Data

Apr 08, 2019
Jack Terwilliger, Michael Glazer, Henri Schmidt, Josh Domeyer, Heishiro Toyoda, Bruce Mehler, Bryan Reimer, Lex Fridman

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Value of Temporal Dynamics Information in Driving Scene Segmentation

Mar 21, 2019
Li Ding, Jack Terwilliger, Rini Sherony, Bryan Reimer, Lex Fridman

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MIT Autonomous Vehicle Technology Study: Large-Scale Deep Learning Based Analysis of Driver Behavior and Interaction with Automation

Sep 30, 2018
Lex Fridman, Daniel E. Brown, Michael Glazer, William Angell, Spencer Dodd, Benedikt Jenik, Jack Terwilliger, Julia Kindelsberger, Li Ding, Sean Seaman, Hillary Abraham, Alea Mehler, Andrew Sipperley, Anthony Pettinato, Bobbie Seppelt, Linda Angell, Bruce Mehler, Bryan Reimer

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Arguing Machines: Human Supervision of Black Box AI Systems That Make Life-Critical Decisions

Sep 24, 2018
Lex Fridman, Li Ding, Benedikt Jenik, Bryan Reimer

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SideEye: A Generative Neural Network Based Simulator of Human Peripheral Vision

Oct 23, 2017
Lex Fridman, Benedikt Jenik, Shaiyan Keshvari, Bryan Reimer, Christoph Zetzsche, Ruth Rosenholtz

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Semi-Automated Annotation of Discrete States in Large Video Datasets

Dec 03, 2016
Lex Fridman, Bryan Reimer

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What Can Be Predicted from Six Seconds of Driver Glances?

Nov 26, 2016
Lex Fridman, Heishiro Toyoda, Sean Seaman, Bobbie Seppelt, Linda Angell, Joonbum Lee, Bruce Mehler, Bryan Reimer

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Owl and Lizard: Patterns of Head Pose and Eye Pose in Driver Gaze Classification

Nov 20, 2016
Lex Fridman, Joonbum Lee, Bryan Reimer, Trent Victor

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