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The Waabi team is excited to take part in the 2023 IEEE/CVF Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR). It’s going to be a busy week ahead.

We’re presenting five papers this year, including:

“UniSim: A Neural Closed-Loop Sensor Simulator”CVPR Highlight — Authored by Ze Yang, Yun Chen, Jingkang Wang, Siva Manivasagam, Wei-Chiu Ma, Anqi Joyce Yang, and Raquel Urtasun

“ImplicitO: Occupancy Flow Fields for Perception and Prediction in Self-Driving”CVPR Highlight — Authored by Ben Agro, Quinlan Sykora, Sergio Casas, and Raquel Urtasun

“MixSim: A Hierarchical Framework for Mixed Reality Traffic Simulation” — Authored by Simon Suo, Kelvin Wong, Justin Xu, James Tu, Alexander Cui, Sergio Casas, and Raquel Urtasun

“UltraLiDAR: Learning Compact Representations for LiDAR Completion and Generation” — Authored by Yuwen Xiong, Wei-Chiu Ma, Jingkang Wang, and Raquel Urtasun

“Oyster: Towards Unsupervised Object Detection from LiDAR Point Clouds” — Authored by Lunjun Zhang, Anqi Joyce Yang, Yuwen Xiong, Sergio Casas, Bin Yang, Mengye Ren, and Raquel Urtasun

Full Day Tutorial

Our team is hosting a full day tutorial titled “All You Need to Know About Self-Driving” on Monday, June 19th, starting at 9:00 am PT in rooms West 302-305. See the full day’s agenda and schedule a calendar reminder on our CVPR tutorial page.


Don’t miss our CEO Raquel Urtasun’s keynotes throughout the conference. She’ll be speaking at the following workshops:

Sunday, June 18th

3:30pm PT —  End-to-End Autonomous Driving: Perception, Prediction, Planning and Simulation (E2EAD)

Monday, June 19th

11:30am PT — Safe Artificial Intelligence for All Domains (SAIAD)

2:00pm PT — Vision-Centric Autonomous Driving (VCAD)

The Waabi team will see you in Vancouver!