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Visualization of Evidence by AI Object Detection Results Using 3D Point Clouds in Autonomous Driving


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Author(J)1) 黒木 理宏, 2) 田中 慎也, 3) 武藤 健二, 4) 伊能 寛
Author(E)1) Michihiro Kuroki, 2) Shinya Tanaka, 3) Kenji Muto, 4) Hiroshi Inou
Affiliation(J)1) デンソー, 2) デンソー, 3) デンソー, 4) デンソー


Abstract(E)While AI has been applied to object detection in the fields of ADAS and AD, a lot of research of Explainable AI, which is used to explain evidences of object detection results, has been conducted. Explainable AI has been mainly developed for 2D object detection and it has been rarely applied for 3D object detection. Therefore, we adapted the existing method of Explainable AI for 2d object detection to 3D one using point cloud and we report its result.

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