In autonomous driving, prediction tasks address complex spatio-temporal data. This article describes the examination of Recurrent Neural Networks (RNNs) for object
trajectory prediction in the image space. The proposed methods enhance the performance and spatio-temporal prediction capabilities of Recurrent Neural Networks. Two different data augmentation strategies and a hyperparameter search are implemented for this purpose. A conventional data augmentation strategy and a Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) based strategy are analyzed with respect
to their ability to close the generalization gap of Recurrent Neural Networks. The results are then discussed using single-object tracklets provided by the KITTI Tracking
Dataset. This work demonstrates the benefits of augmenting spatio-temporal data with GANs.