Toyota/Lexus News August 12, 2016
Tim Esterdahl | Aug 15, 2016 | Comments 0
Here is a news recap for August 12, 2016.
Toyota Research Institute Partners with University of Michigan to Accelerate Artificial Intelligence Research
Research focused on artificial intelligence, robotics and autonomous driving at the University of Michigan (U-M) will get a major boost thanks to an initial $22 million commitment from the Toyota Research Institute (TRI), announced by TRI-CEO Gill Pratt in an address to the U-M faculty.
Lexus Design Award 2017 is Open for Entries
Lexus International announced its call for entries for the Lexus Design Award 2017. First launched in 2013 to stimulate ideas for a better tomorrow, Lexus is celebrating the 5th anniversary of this international design competition supporting up-and-coming designers and creators worldwide. The creative theme for the Lexus Design Award 2017 is “Yet”.
Toyota and Horizon Educational Group Challenge SoCal High School Students to Build Fuel Cell Vehicles
Toyota is partnering with Horizon Educational Group to bring the Hydrogen Horizon Automotive Challenge to 20 California schools in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. The Hydrogen Horizon Automotive Challenge is a semester-long, afterschool program focused on alternative fuels and climate change. During the unique, hands-on program, teams of high school students have the opportunity to build their own fuel cell remote control vehicles and learn first-hand about the future of fuel cell technology.
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