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Toyota is building a tiny utopian prototype city filled with people, robots and AI

Toyota researches and tests robotics, material science, automated driving and alternative gasoline engineering in laboratories in the whole world. Now the automaker is trying a new and far more ambitious project: build a prototype city on a 175 -acre site at the hoof of Mount Fugi in Japan, where people will live and work amongst all of Toyota’s projections, including its autonomous e-Palette shuttles and robots.

This won’t be another test site, Toyota Motor Corp President Akio Toyoda said Monday during a press conference ahead of CES 2020. Construction on the first phase of the city — which will be designed by acclaimed Danish architect Bjarke Ingels — will start in 2021. His firm, Ingels Group( BIG) has designed high-profile activities such as 2 World Trade Center in New York, the Lego House in Denmark and Google’s Mountain View and London headquarters.

This is a passion project of Toyoda’s, various execs said after the news conference. And it was evident on stage.

” It’s my personal areas of life dreams ,” Toyoda said.” If they improve it, they will come .”

” Imagine a amply limited site that will allow investigates, technologists and scientists the possibility of being freely experiment technology such as autonomy, mobility-as-a-service, robotics, smart-alecky home-connected technology, AI and more, in a real-world environment ,” Toyoda said.

This so-called Woven City will be a amply connected ecosystem powered by hydrogen gasoline cells, according to Toyota.

The homes is likely to be equipped with human reinforce engineerings, such as in-home robotics to assist with daily living. Sensor-based AI will be scattered throughout to be able to check on tenants’ state and take care of basic needs.

Forget driving around a Toyota Camry or even Prius on the prime streets there. Only fully-autonomous, zero-emission vehicles will be allowed on the central expressways, according to the company. Autonomous Toyota e-Palettes will be used for transportation and transmissions as well as for changeable mobile retail.

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