Amazon Web Services (AWS) often describes , which launched in November 2018 at the tech giant’s AWS re:Invent 2018 conference, as the world’s first autonomous racing league open to everyone. But entering the tournament entails devising an algorithm that can successfully drive a 1/18th scale car around a track, which requires a firm grasp on machine learning basics.

There’s a steep learning curve indeed, particularly for those who aspire to qualify for the elite DeepRacer League Cup in Las Vegas. That’s why Udacity today launched a in partnership with AWS — the — intended to help enrollees attain the skills they need to compete in the DeepRacer League.

Applications for the corresponding free Udacity course — AWS DeepRacer: Driven by Reinforcement Learning — open August

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