Jetson for AI Education
Jetson for AI Education
Jetson is also the perfect tool for you to introduce AI to your students and teach them popular machine learning frameworks like PyTorch and TensorFlow.
Ready to get started with teaching AI? We recommend that you take the Jetson AI Ambassador Certification, which will get you ready to teach AI principles to your students. Then, use Jetbot, our ready-to-use AI robot kit, and open source university courses and projects to create a hands-on AI curriculum for your students.
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Jetson-based University Curriculum and Courses
NVIDIA Jetson has been used in open-source university courses and community projects for years. You can use these existing materials or collaborate with their creators to build on them for your specific needs.
Duckietown, started as a class at MIT in 2016, develops robotics platforms and curricula for higher education. Classes have been offered at over 80 universities including ETH Zürich and Université de Montréal (MILA).
The Duckietown ecosystem includes everything you need to teach an undergraduate or graduate-level class on AI and robotics, now powered by NVIDIA Jetson Nano — from a modular DIY hardware smart city environment with autonomous driving car kits, to open-source software, to weekly lecture materials.
Duckietown will also offer a free online course on edX with new NVIDIA Jetson powered Duckiebots. Highlight of this course is learning autonomy hands-on with the Duckietown platform, supported by the Duckietown Autolab remote lab infrastructure and the possibility to experiment with real robots at home.
Founded at the University of Pennsylvania, F1TENTH is a fast-paced and flexible course that teaches the foundations of autonomy such as perception, planning, and control.
F1TENTH has a growing community of over 60 universities, 7 international autonomous racing competitions, and hands-on course offerings in over a dozen institutions.
The Multi-agent System for non-Holonomic Racing (MuSHR)—designed at the University of Washington's Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering—is an open-source robotic hardware and software platform for learning AI.
MuSHR’s ready-to-go labs and assignments, as well as sample curricula and slides, provide a starting point for teaching mobile robotics in higher education.
Jetson Community Open-Source Projects
Our community has created open-source projects that cover topics such as IoT, robotics, home automation, and more. Each project comes with code, video demonstration, and explainer blogs for you to use in your classroom.
Watch this on-demand webinar about Jetson for AI Education with Dustin Franklin, Developer Evangelist at NVIDIA and Jacopo Tani, Senior Research Scientist at ETH Zurich and Founder and CEO of Duckietown.