March 01, 2016      

The rising importance of robotics on the global stage was thrown into stark relief last fall when Toyota Motor Corp. set up a new U.S.-based company and said it would spend $1 billion over five years on research and development of autonomous cars and other robotics products.

Now the new Toyota Research Institute (TRI) is forging its way into a challenging recruiting environment as it seeks to hire some 200 experts for two new campuses, one on Stanford University land in Palo Alto, Calif., and a...

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