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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 — NEC

It appears that Artificial Intelligence (AI) research is getting a lot of attention in the US and the UK, but Japan may not be too far behind. In this blog, I summarize what is going on with AI research, products, and services in Japan. I need to warn you that some of the links are […]

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What Is NEC Doing in Silicon Valley? Part 2

This is a continuation from Part 1. SDN and NFV SDN (intra–data center) I asked Iwata his views on SDN and NFV. He said that in a narrow scope SDN and Openflow are synonymous, while in a wide view SDN includes automation and management of networking and data centers, including such things as orchestration and […]

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What Is NEC Doing in Silicon Valley? Part 1

This is my first time to interview a representative of a Japanese company in Silicon Valley. I was an employee of one of the US subsidiaries of NEC about 20 years ago for several years. Like any other large corporation in the world, NEC has many divisions working on many different areas of C&C (computer […]

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What NEC Is Doing for Its Future Servers

Sometimes it is hard to find a good topic to blog about. Sometimes I have too many subjects to write about. That "sometimes” is now. This blog is a continuation of the server presentation sponsored by Japan Data Center Council in October. Among the six server vendors, NEC discussed their research efforts with minimum sales […]

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