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Technology Topics: AI

R&D Initiatives

R&D Initiatives: AI

In the study of "AI", we are developing the technology to extract the useful information from massive data generated by media, sensor, etc., as well as the technology to let the machines understand the human emotions and affections.

  • [July 19, 2017] Fujitsu Develops Automatic DNN Construction System
    Fujitsu R&D Center Co., Ltd. and Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. today announced an advanced deep learning technology for helping non-professional users to employ DNN models to solve their problems. By using this system, well-balanced DNN models between the accuracy and time consumption will be automatically generated based on the given task of the user. Furthermore, the system is able to provide the DNN model to the user within couple of hours while the conventional process may take several days. We hope this technology can make further contribution to enlarge the DNN application field and realize the general AI platform.
  • [July 12, 2017] Fujitsu Estimates Workers' Heat Stress Levels with New AI-Based Algorithm
    Fujitsu Limited today announced the development of a new algorithm to estimate ongoing heat stress in workers, such as security guards, using its artificial intelligence technologies, known as Human Centric AI Zinrai. Developed together with Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd., Fujitsu aims to enhance solutions deployed on its digital business platform, "Fujitsu Digital Business Platform MetaArc", that use IoT to support on-site safety management. This new algorithm will be available from the end of July. Also from June through September, Fujitsu is implementing solutions incorporating this new algorithm in a field trial with security guards at its own Kawasaki Plant.
  • [June 23, 2017 ] Fujitsu Develops AI-Based Technology to Retrieve Similar Disease Cases in CT Inspections
    Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. today announced development of a technology to retrieve similar disease cases from a computed tomography (CT) database of previously taken images. The technology, jointly developed with Fujitsu R&D Center Co., Ltd., works by retrieving similar cases of abnormal shadows expanding in a three-dimensional manner.