"They will work with real-world applications of advanced computation methods such as computer vision, pattern recognition, and autonomous vehicle controls."
- General Motors Newsroom
"The main prize is being accepted to compete. We get the vehicle and the funding to do this project. That's the main benefit for the students."
- Dr. Derek Rayside
University of Waterloo professor and project mentor
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