September 08, 2015      

Toyota Motor Corp. has promised to spend $50 million over the next five years on research into robotics and artificial intelligence. Both the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Stanford University will work with the Japanese automaker, which plans to compete with Google by taking a different approach to vehicle automation.

"Our long-term goal is to make a car that is never responsible for a crash," said Gill Pratt, who will lead this research and who was previously the program manager fo...

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