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Japanese Govt to back intelligence robot development

"Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry plans to begin assisting the development of next-generation intelligence robots in fiscal 2007 with the aim of commercializing them in 2015, Jiji Press learned Thursday."

"In Japan, the market for industrial robots is expected to expand to around 3 trillion yen over the next decade."

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