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The Jetbot, which uses NVIDIA’s Jetson Nano, is a low-cost robot designed to teach the fundamentals of machine learning. Rather than getting bored with the theory, using the Jetbot allows you to get practical experience with computer vision, robotics and neural networks. Here are my experiences of building and using the Jetbot.
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17 thoughts on “NVIDIA Jetbot Review – Robotics for the Masses

  1. The Nano is a very cool little device. Maybe rough around the edges right now in summer 2019 but definitely worth playing with if you are interested in machine learning or GPGPU programming at a low entry price.

  2. Looks like great fun Gary, bummer that you had problems with the soldering though 🙁 Still, practice makes perfect! I wonder if you could use the Jetbot to emulate a bigtrak? https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Big_Trak

  3. I like to get into ML and Nvidia seems to be leader at this time. After all, they invented the GPU back in 1999 according to Google search.
    I was thinking of buying a high-end Nvidia graphics card and use it for ML, but they are very expensive. I think Jetson Nano is an excellent starting point.
    I think I'll try the Jetson Nano first and see if I like it, then I can always upgrade and do the learning part on my computer instead of the Nano.

  4. I'm just wondering if you 3d print the Terminator endoskeleton and conect the jetbot with it… What would be the outcome? 😊😁😁

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