Building Autonomous Systems with Microsoft AI

Implementing AI can mean different things for different industries. This short video explains how Toyota Material Handling partnered with #Microsoft to create autonomous forklifts to help around warehouses.

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This video is a powerful example of how autonomous systems can be aligned to intelligently perform routine tasks. Toyota Material Handling partnered with Microsoft using AirSim (an open source simulation platform originally developed to teach drones or robots to learn in high fidelity simulated environments) to train a forklift on tasks like picking up a pallet. This video illustrates the vision for a future warehouse with pre-trained, intelligent forklifts assisting people in everyday activities.

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