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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.

  • [March 2, 2017] Groundbreaking multi-disciplinary project could lead to new targeted therapies for cancer
    Recent biomedical research shows that many serious diseases – in particular cancer – are caused by persistent disruptions of cellular communication processes. These processes use a biochemical reaction called phosphorylation to control the information flow. This biochemical computer is faulty in cancer, and drugs that block rogue phosphorylation reactions have proven effective cancer treatments. However, despite half a century of intense research, discovering these critical phosphorylation reactions is still slow due to the extensive manual effort required.
  • [February 21, 2017] Deep learning with a Reduced Number of Training Data
    Fujitsu R&D Center Co., Ltd. today announced an advanced deep learning technique for Chinese ancient character recognition.
  • [November 14, 2016] Fujitsu Reports Boost to Todai Robot's College Exam Scores
    The National Institute of Informatics (NII), Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd., and Cybernet Systems Co., Ltd. today announced that, in cooperation with Nagoya University and the University of Tokyo, the "Can a robot get into the University of Tokyo?" AI project (also known as "Todai Robot"), launched by NII in 2011, has significantly surpassed its test scores from the previous fiscal year, having taken the essay-type mock test for the University of Tokyo's second scholastic aptitude test and the mock sheet type exam provided by the National Center for University Entrance Examinations (Center Test). This fiscal year, Todai Robot achieved a deviation value of 76.2 in mathematics, and a deviation value of 59.0 in physics on a comprehensive mock exam.