Toyota invests billion in artificial intelligence technology development

Brian Leon The Toyota FCV Plus at this year’s Tokyo Motor Show was a fuel cell powered concept. Toyota will look to push technology further both in the autos industry and elsewhere. Toyota is making a huge investment in artificial intelligence. The japanese automaker is investing $1 billion in a Silicon Valley research center to study the newest technology. “The company’s goals are to support older people in homes, not just outdoors, with robotics, as well as making cars free of accidents and having everyone driving regardless of ability,” said Giles Pratt, the head of the facility. FOLLOW DAILY NEWS AUTOS ON FACEBOOK. ‘LIKE’ US HERE. Billed the Toyota Research Institute, it will be located near Stanford and have 200 employees studying robotics and AI, not limited to cars. Advancements…


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