TURING Aoki, co-founder and CTO of Turing, has been selected for “Innovators Under 35 Japan 2022” sponsored by MIT Technology Review

Turing co-founder and CTO Aoki selected for MIT Technology Review’s “Innovators Under 35 Japan 2022”

TURING Co., Ltd. (Kashiwa City, Chiba Prefecture, CEO: Kazunari Yamamoto, hereinafter referred to as “Turing”), which is engaged in the development of fully automated driving and EV vehicles using artificial intelligence, is co-founder and CTO Shunsuke Aoki, MIT Technology Review [Japan We are pleased to inform you that we have been selected as one of the innovators under the age of 35 who will create the future at the award “Innovators Under 35 Japan 2022” sponsored by Edition].
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The “Innovators Under 35” is an international award sponsored by the MIT Technology Review, the media division of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the United States. With the aim of discovering creative and talented young innovators under the age of 35 who will tackle global issues and shape the future for decades to come, in the past Google co-founder Sergey Brin and Facebook co-founder It is highly regarded as an internationally authoritative award, with Mr. Mark Zuckerberg, Executive Director, Chairman and CEO, also receiving the award.
“Innovators Under 35 Japan” is the Japanese version of the event, and will be held for the third time this year. In this fiscal year, the newly established “Medical/Biological There were more than 350 nominations and applications from domestic and overseas candidates in a total of eight fields, including engineering, and 14 people were selected as winners after a rigorous screening process. The winners of the Japanese version will be nominated as candidates for the global version next year.
On December 15th (Thursday), the “Innovators Under 35 Japan Summit 2022 in Nihonbashi” will be held at Muromachi Mitsui Hall in Tokyo, where Aoki will also be on stage. The event will also be streamed online.
For more information, please visit the Innovators Under 35 Japan website. https://events.technologyreview.jp/iu35/
About MIT Technology Review
MIT Technology Review, founded in 1899 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the United States, is the world’s most historical and authoritative technology magazine. Over 80% of the readers of the US version are in charge of technology departments, and 60% are read by executives. The Japanese version has been operated as a membership web media since October 2016 by Kadokawa ASCII Research Institute Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of KADOKAWA Co., Ltd., under a license agreement with Technology Review Inc. in the United States. From 2020, we are also publishing a paper version of the MIT Technology Review [Japanese version].
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About Turing
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A start-up venture company aiming to become a fully autonomous driving EV manufacturer.
Co-founded in 2021 by Kazunari Yamamoto, the developer of the shogi AI “Ponanza” and a specially appointed associate professor at Nagoya University, and Shunsuke Aoki, who studied autonomous driving at Carnegie Mellon University and obtained a Ph.D.
Using AI deep learning technology, our mission is to realize an autonomous driving society that is not limited to limited areas. Sales of vehicles with autonomous driving functions are scheduled to begin in 2025.
■Company profile
Company name: TURING Inc. (Reading: Turing, English notation: TURING Inc.) Representative: Kazunari Yamamoto, Representative Director
Established: August 2021
Capital: 30 million yen (as of the end of September 2022)
Headquarters: 226-44 Wakashiba, Kashiwa City, Chiba Prefecture Central 141 Block 1
URL: https://www.turing-motors.com
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/turingmotors
■ History
2021.08 Established TURING Co., Ltd.
2021.12 Build an automated driving system centered on Deep Learning 2022.04 Moved head office to Kashiwa-no-ha, Chiba
2022.07 Raised 1 billion yen in seed round
2022.08 Implementation of public road driving demonstration test in Kashiwa City, Chiba Prefecture
2022.09 Selected for NEDO project “SBIR Promotion Program”
2022.10 Implementation of long-distance driving around Hokkaido by AI automatic driving for the first time in Japan
2022.11 Start test drive event for corporations
■ Recruitment information for Turing Corporation
We are actively recruiting colleagues to create fully automated driving software and EV vehicles together.
Recruitment page: https://herp.careers/v1/turing
List of open positions:
■ Inquiries from the media
TURING Co., Ltd. Public Relations Manager (Ono): pr@turing-motors.com Details about this release:


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