Toyota teams up with MIT and Stanford for AI research

Artificial Intelligence is big deal (even if Elon Musk thinks it will doom us all) and today Toyota announced that it is collaborating with MIT and Stanford to accelerate its own AI research. The goal of the collaboration is to advance artificial intelligence for vehicles with a strong focus on safety. The carmaker will invest $50 million over the next five years in joint research centers and has hired former DARPA Program Manager Dr. Gill Pratt to lead the initiative. Dr. Pratt noted that in addition to using the research to reduce vehicle-related fatalities, “we want people to live a more dignified and more safe life.” That includes using autonomous systems to enable the elderly to continue to be mobile after they have traditionally lost their licenses. That doesn’t necessarily‚Ķ

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