Hello, everyone! We will be holding our final Machine Learning Workshop next Friday, the 1st of November from 4pm - 6pm! We will be giving our prizes based on how you've classified or built a neural network using your chosen data set! We'll also have Diego Peinado, Chief Financial Officer of MedicSen attending to help judge everyone's projects!
What is Griffith Innovate? What do they do? What are the benfits of joining? After our first set of workshops, we've been busy reaching out to high schools, industries and friends while designing our next set of workshops for machine learning. In between all this, we've had a bit of a chance to have a look and reflect on what we've done and our goals and things are about to get exciting!
Basic Arduino Code
Now that we have the building of the cars and driving controls sorted out from the previous workshops we can now look at getting the robot to drive itself.
Below is the code for the workshop, we use 3 ultrasonic sensors mounted on the front of the car. Make sure that you change the pin numbers to match your wiring! You can always check that your sensors are working properly by reading the serial output on your computer when the bot is plugged in.
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Thank for your everyone who participated in the workshops. We had a total participation of 91 people across the four workshops with a range of ages from high schoolers to 3rd years and honours. If you missed our Arduino workshops or would like to do more with us, keep an eye on this website!
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