Toyota and University announce driverless car project details

In a continued partnership with the University of Michigan, Toyota announced it will invest $22 million to fund research on driverless cars and methods of artificial intelligence. This is an expansion of the Toyota Research Institute’s April announcement, which revealed TRI will be opening a new facility in Ann Arbor. The Ann Arbor location is the third facility TRI has established in the United States, the first in Massachusetts near the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the second in California near Stanford University. The most recent announcement about the newly established relationship between the company and the University stated TRI’s funding will be used to continue the University’s commitment to research on autonomous driving and artificial intelligence. The research will take place over the span of four years. Toyota is also…

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