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Oct 02, 2006

Japan to invest US$17.4 million in robotics research

Via Pink Tentacle


Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) will invest over 2 billion yen (US$17.4 million) to support the development of intelligent robots that rely on their own decision-making skills in the workplace.

The objective of METI’s robot budget is to support the development of key artificial intelligence technology for robots over the next 5 years, with the goal of introducing intelligent robots to the market by 2015.

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