MIT Acknowledges Toyota’s Intelligent Innovations
— Toyota USA (@Toyota) June 22, 2016
When Toyota isn’t busy making vehicles with legendary reliability and fuel efficiency, it is investigating brand-new satellite communications technology, or mass-producing a hydrogen-fueled car that releases only water for emissions, or developing artificial intelligence.
Toyota is doing a lot more innovating than you might think, and it’s earned the company a spot on the MIT Technology Review‘s list of the 50 Smartest Companies of 2016.
“We’re very grateful to be recognized by MIT, one of the finest educational institutions in the world,” said Jim Lentz, chief executive officer of Toyota North America. “Toyota’s scientists are committed to innovation and leading the way to a future of mobility that is cleaner, safer, and provides freedom of mobility for all. In the spirit of kaizen, Toyota is committed to improving every day in the service of our customers and society.”
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