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Where Are All These Areas of AI, NLP, ML, DL, and ANN Going? Part 2

This is a continuation of Part 1. Machine Learning (ML) Hype AI includes a wide variety of subfields, but recently the terms ML and/or deep learning (DL) have been used interchangeably with AI. In our interview, Dr. Kunio Matsui mentioned that a boom for ML comes every 15 years. Back around the year 2000, ML […]

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Where Are All These Areas of AI, NLP, ML, DL, and ANN Going? Part 1

When you learn a new subject, the first thing you need to do is pick up a set of terms and acronyms for it. To save space, I won’t define each term here. You can easily look it up by following the link: AI = Artificial Intelligence NLP = Natural Language Processing ML = Machine […]

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MY Recent Blogs on AI

The following is a list of my recent blogs on AI. AI Research in Japanese Enterprises — NEC AI Research in Japanese Enterprises – Fujitsu AI Research in Japanese Enterprises – NTT Group AI Research in Japanese Enterprises – Hitachi AI Research in Japanese Enterprises – Toshiba and Mitsubishi IBM Watson Meetup—Part1 (Overview) IBM Watson […]

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AI Research in Japanese Enterprises – Fujitsu

Fujitsu issued a press release on their AI in November 2015. The release said that they had been conducting research on AI for more than 30 years. They packaged these results as Zinrai. This set of slides gives more information on Fujitsu’s AI work and Zinrai. Zinrai Architecture The Zinrai architecture below covers many aspects […]

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Is Artificial Intelligence Going to Make It This Time?

In the past, AI was talked about for its potential in the computing market, but it was deemed not usable or applicable for a long time. Now AI is being seen in a new light. Some people, like Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk, and Bill Gates, have warned that AI may take control over humans and […]

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SDN and IoT, Two Big Trends Discussed at Fujitsu North America Technology Forum 2015, Part 2

SDN and IoT, Two Big Trends Discussed at Fujitsu North America Technology Forum 2015, Part 2

This is a continuation from Part 1. Local vs. Remote Networks If we look at network infrastructure, we notice that there are two major parts. One is local networks and the other is remote networks. The remote networks correspond to clouds that provide remote computing (cloud computing). Note that clouds could consist of multiple smaller […]

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Fujitsu North America Technology Forum 2015

Fujitsu North America Technology Forum 2015

One of the unknown useful conferences in Silicon Valley is thrown by Fujitsu America. If you know the Japanese ICT market, you should know Fujitsu is one of the major players in Japan. But it is not well known in the US that it ranks 7th in the server market and 4th in the ICT […]

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What’s on the Radar Screen of an International ICT Company?

What’s on the Radar Screen of an International ICT Company?

Fujitsu has been one of the most successful companies in Japan, and it also has operations worldwide, including North America. The revenue distribution is Japan, $36.1B (61.8%); EMEA, $9.9B (17.9%); APAC/China, $5B (15.6%); and the Americas, $3.5B (4.6%), for a total of $54.5B worldwide. Because I cover the intersection between ICT and energy, I wanted […]

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What Would You Do If You Had Unlimited Bandwidth? Does It Waste Too Much Energy?

What Would You Do If You Had Unlimited Bandwidth? Does It Waste Too Much Energy?

Part of the secret of attending a good conference is to find one. Some big-name conferences advertise a lot and everyone knows about them. But sometimes we get lucky and find a very high quality conference at the right price. How do great quality and affordable price grab you? In addition, it comes with complimentary […]

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Fujitsu Does Cloud Computing

Fujitsu Does Cloud Computing

I once worked for a major Japanese high tech company in the US and have a good understanding of how Japanese companies tend to work in this country. With a few exceptions, they seem only to gather information to feed to their Tokyo headquarters. Fujitsu has been one of the exceptions. They get involved in […]

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