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Toyota is Using Artificial Intelligence to Hunt for New Battery Materials

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Toyota has opted for artificial intelligence to help hunt for new battery materials and fuel cell catalysts.

Toyota Research Institute (TRI) is partnered with numerous organizations and companies, including MIT and Stanford University, which are investing 35$ million into this artificial intelligence project.

Using of artificial intelligence techniques like machine learning, the researchers can reduce the time taken to manipulate the new materials it wants to use for the future zero-emission and carbon-neutral vehicles.

All thanks to prices for making Toyota the leading manufacturer of eco-friendly vehicles by January this year, the company has already sold 10 million hybrid cars.

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