Comma Coloring


Help train comma.ai's self-driving car


Ben Tossell
@bentossell · Community Lead, Product Hunt
These types of things should replace CAPTCHA's
Javid Jamae
@javidjamae · CEO Brass Tacks Ventures
I doubt very many people are going to take the time to draw out these pictures on an ongoing basis, so you'll have to continually market to new people who will try it out once, or you'll have to pay people to do it. Wouldn't it be better for you to take a best guess at highlighting a region and then simply ask people to confirm? For example, you'd show two p… See more
Jack Smith
@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
comma.ai have released a pretty addictive tool that lets you help train the machine learning behind their self-driving car. You are presented with a photo from a car dash-cam phone and then asked to color in sections of the image; like which part of the image is the sky, which part the road, identify any traffic signs etc. In a future release, they will rew… See more
Carlos Herrera
@carlosherrera · Software Engineer, Epicor Software
The only downside I see is trolls. They're everywhere, and if they start coloring the road as the sky or cars as trees, the models made by the algorithms won't work. I hope many people truly help.
Some Guy
@ghobs91 · Head Of Winging It, Denarri
I'd be all for this if it was open source software, but this is essentially saying "hey do the work of improving our self driving algorithm for free, so that our founders and investors can be enriched". Nice try George Hotz.