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Deep learning
Fujitsu develops behavioural recognition tech, completes world first
Fujitsu Laboratories has developed technology designed to achieve the world’s most accurate recognition of complex actions and behaviours based on skeleton data.
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Cloud
Fujitsu new tech ensures inter-business data trust
The technology can verify when and by whom the data was created, and whether it has been tampered with, to ensure trusted data exchange.
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Artificial Intelligence
Fujitsu takes consumer prediction up a notch
New technique leverages AI to offer optimised strategies for professionals in areas including marketing, manufacturing, healthcare, and finance.
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Artificial Intelligence
Fujitsu develops automatic labelling technology to accelerate AI
Fujitsu has supposedly enabled the automatic creation of highly accurate training data.
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Analytics
Fujitsu develops deep learning acceleration technology
With the spread of deep learning in recent years, there has been a demand for algorithms that can execute machine learning processing at high speeds.
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Artificial Intelligence
Should AI technology determine the necessity for cyber attack responses?
Fujitsu has developed an AI that supposedly automatically determines whether action needs to be taken in response to a cyber attack.
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Cybersecurity
Fujitsu Labs takes network control approach IoT security
Fujitsu Technologies has developed a new kind of network control technology that is able to secure IoT devices installed in the field.
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Cloud
Fujitsu develops cloud operations technology for mission critical processes
This new technology enables maintenance while avoiding high process load periods for all VMs.
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Cloud
Fujitsu develops WAN acceleration technology utilizing FPGA accelerators
It’s able to provide the industry's fastest effective transfer rate of up to 40Gbps, over a 10Gbps line.
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Internet of Things
Fujitsu rolls out world's smallest, battery-free IoT sensor
Another notable feature of the sensor is that it eliminates the need to replace batteries as it uses solar cells instead.