The Toyota Research Institute is giving $22 million to advance research on artificial intelligence, robotics and autonomous driving at the University of Michigan. “We look forward to
collaborating with the University of Michigan’s research faculty and students to develop new intelligent technologies that will help drivers travel more safely, securely and efficiently,”
said Gill Pratt, Toyota Research Institute CEO. Toyota, along with General Motors, Ford, Nissan and Honda, is a founding partner in U-M’s Mobility Transformation Center, which
oversees Mcity. The university will seek proposals from faculty across departments to learn more about autonomous mobility, safety and home robotics.
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