Toyota Collaborating on $35 Million Artificial Intelligence Projects

By Jon LeSage Toyota’s research until will collaborate with partners using artificial intelligence (AI) for advanced batteries, fuel cells, and other material science objectives.
Silicon Valley-based Toyota Research Institute (TRI) will put up about $35 million over the next four years to work with research centers, universities and companies that are skilled in using AI to develop needed advanced materials.
Priority projects include identifying advanced battery materials and fuel cell catalysts needed to power Toyota’s next wave of zero-emission and carbon-neutral vehicles. It will also facilitate Toyota’s corporate mission of reducing carbon emissions drastically by 2050.
“Toyota recognizes that artificial intelligence is a vital basic technology

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