How Deep Learning Can Fix Sidewalk Scooter Clutter

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Scooters have become commonplace in many American cities in the past few years. What was once seen as an impractical way of maneuvering around a city has become a staple for commuters and tourists alike.

Keeping unused scooters out of the way of cars and walkers is an ongoing challenge, but recent innovation may be solving this issue.

Tony Ho, Vice President of Business Development for Segway captured the above video of the company’s T60 scooter. It uses machine vision and deep learning to avoid pedestrians and traffic to return to nearby charging stations.

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