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Chaos: The Last Stand against Our Robot Overlords

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Summary

Nathan Äschbacher talks about how Chaos Engineering and chaos experiments on the complex data, interfaces, and algorithms used in autonomous vehicles should be a minimum requirement in validating operational safety. Äschbacher thinks we should shift towards working with chaos instead of against it, in order to build safe, reliable, and increasingly deterministic complex systems.

Bio

Nathan Äschbacher is chief technology officer at PolySync. He has turned his attention---perhaps better stated as "crippling anxiety"---toward the concerns of understanding and advancing functional-safety of the software stack in autonomous vehicles and advanced driver assistance systems.

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Feb 28, 2018

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