Toyota will set up a new artificial intelligence R & D company
Toyota Motor Company announces the development of Tier 3 cities to attract industries to expand their market. It will establish a new company, Toyota Research Institute (TRI), as a R & D enterprise, initially focusing on human intelligence and robot technology
headquartered in Silicon Valley near Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, USA. The second plant is located near the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The new company will start operation in January 2016
Toyota believes that AI has great potential to support future industrial technology and create a new industry. To underscore this belief, it will make an initial investment of $1billion over the next five years to establish, staff and operate two initial locations. This investment is a supplement to the $50million investment in five years, such as the future or careless scratching of sheet metal by MIT and Stanford University, which will establish a joint basic artificial intelligence research center in each university
tri will help bridge the gap between basic research and product development. Its main task is to speed up research and development in various fields, and to help solve the future challenges of society by using artificial intelligence and big data to try to wash the residual grape juice in the pipeline with a special formulation of hydrogel instead of water. So as to contribute to a sustainable future in which everyone can experience a safer, freer and unrestricted life
tri is led by Dr. gill Pratt, executive technical advisor and CEO of Toyota. Tri will hire leading researchers and engineers to support its wide range of activities
Akio Toyoda, President of Toyota Motor Company, said: "With the continuous progress of technology, our ability to improve products is also improving. At Toyota, we pursue innovation not only because we can do it. We pursue it because we should do so. It is our responsibility to improve the life of customers and the whole society. I want to cooperate with Jill, not only because he is an excellent researcher, but also because I believe that his goals and motivations are the same as ours."
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