Toyota invests M to Stanford, MIT for advanced research on car AI

Following the footsteps, the Japanese automobile pioneer, Toyota, is investing $50 million in developing technologies that would enhance the artificial intelligence in the cars. Having said that, it shows the company’s interest in the upcoming era of autonomous battery operated vehicles. Toyota is establishing research labs in the MIT and Standford Universities. To accomplish the aim, Toyota is willing spend near about $50 million over a course of five years and has already partnered with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Standford University. Apparently, the technology developed would help the company produce the cars capable of letting the old and physically challenged people to drive. The AI would determine the environment outside and the location to travel. Kiyotaka Ise, Toyota’s senior managing officer, said, “That, to us, is like a train without an…

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