Toyota invests $US50m in artificial intelligence research

Toyota Invests $50 Million In Stanford University, MIT For Intelligent Car Google, which runs some of the world’s most popular online services, has been working on a fleet of self-driving cars for the past six years. The joint research with Stanford University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology will take place over the next five years, Toyota Motor Corporation said, emphasizing its interest in technology that could be used by people as they grow old or become less able to drive safely. “We’re here today to mark the beginning of an unprecedented commitment”, said Kiyotaka Ise, Toyota’s Senior Managing Officer and Chief Officer of R&D. “This partnership, led by Dr. Pratt, is a great opportunity to work with two leading research teams from two top universities”. The company instead is…

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