Toyota works with Stanford, MIT to produce cars with artificial intelligence

With an aim to enter the field of driverless robot-driven vehicles, Toyota recently announced its plans to build artificial intelligence into cars. The research will be conducted in association with the researchers at Stanford and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, or MIT, over the next five years. The announcement of the joint research was recently made by Toyota on Sept 4. The company’s prospective plan seems promising and could provide an easy solution to people who grow old or are not able to drive safely. “We will focus initially on the acceleration of intelligent vehicle technology, with the immediate goal of helping eliminate traffic casualties and the ultimate goal of helping improve the quality of life through enhanced mobility and robotics,” said Toyota’s Research & Development chief Kiyotaka Ise in a statement. Even…


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