AI Racing League Glossary of Term
An international program of over 2,300 coding clubs that uses data-driven practices to get students interested in coding. Many of the aspects of the AI Racing League uses these same principals.
Key aspects of CoderDojo are:
- No fees for events - accessible to all
- Mentor ratios of no more than three students per mentor
- Project-based learning
- Focus on getting students to work in teams (social learning)
- Student-directed projects
- Focus on programs for girls in coding and underprivileged youth
Their main web site is: http://coderdojo.com/
Code Savvy is a not-for-profit organization with 501(c)3 status from the IRS that the AI Racing League works as a sub-project. All the AI Racing League financials are organized under a Code Savvy program. Donations to the AI Racing League should be done though Code Savvy donations. Questions about Code Savvy can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
These are small laminated cards that have concepts information on them that students can learn. The idea is one-concept per card. See the CoderDojo TC Guide for Authoring Concept Cards
This is a trademarked name of a car that is used at our events. The name implies "ugly" so you know that they are not designed to look pretty, just functional cars with a camera on the front.
Fifteen Degree Camera Angle
The angle our cameras need to point down to have a good view of the road ahead.
This is the board we use in our cars. They have 4GB RAM and a GPU for accelerating real-time inference.