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Introducing the Wayve Lingo-2 AI Model: A Game-Changing Autonomous Driving System with Passenger Instruction Capabilities

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Wayve Lingo-2 AI Model With Autonomous Driving Capabilities, Ability to Take Passenger Instructions Showcased

Wayve introduced its latest artificial intelligence (AI)-based driving model, Lingo-2, on Wednesday. This model is a successor to Lingo-1 and boasts new features such as providing commentary while driving, adapting actions based on passenger instructions, and answering queries about surroundings.

In a demo video shared on X (formerly Twitter), Wayve showcased Lingo-2’s capabilities as it navigated roads, took passenger instructions, and generated real-time driving commentary. The AI model combines computer vision, large language model (LLM), and action models to perform tasks simultaneously and interact with passengers.

Although Lingo-2 does not physically drive a vehicle as it is purely an AI model, it is trained and tested on Wayve’s closed-loop simulation called Ghost Gym. The next step for the company is to conduct limited testing of the AI model in real-world environments to analyze its decision-making in more unpredictable situations.

Wayve aims to build trust in autonomous driving technology through Lingo-2’s advanced capabilities and natural language interactions. By incorporating driving actions and causal reasoning into the model’s training, the company believes that users could engage in conversations with the driving model in the future.

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