Empowering AI Innovation with Fujitsu’s first AI test drive facility
Artificial intelligence (AI) has the power to transform society. However, accessing the right infrastructure and facilities to fully leverage AI projects can prove to be a significant stumbling block.
Fugaku x AI: A Game Changing Combination in Cancer Treatment Research
The supercomputer Fugaku, jointly developed by RIKEN and Fujitsu, is now playing an active role as a powerful tool to quickly establish new treatment methods.
Are micro supply chains now essential for surviving disruption?
As customers’ demands grew for personalised products and fast delivery, the operational complexities that underpin supply chains were already creating unmanageable levels of cost. This year, costs were the least of our problems when entire supply chains were completely shut down. This begs the question: how do we create new supply chains that can survive these types of disruption in the future?
Fujitsu collaborates with EYEFI to bring smart drains and smart waste to smarter cities
Fujitsu is working with EYEfi to tackle the ongoing issue of flooded drains and overflowing waste bins on suburban streets and roadways.
Balancing data sharing benefits with citizen privacy and security
Every brand, whether public or private, is now inextricably linked to the digital experiences provided to citizens and consumers, and the best of these experiences drives the expectations for all others. Citizens are open to sharing their data across agencies and applications when they can perceive measurable benefits that outweigh the risks to their privacy and security. But what is the right balance?
The ideal opportunity to supercharge Australian research
This year, Gadi has been utilised for three COVID-19 projects, with over 40 million units of compute time being allocated to this vital research - the equivalent to one single computer doing constant calculations for over 4,500 years.
Co-creating with Camp Quality to support children through their journey with cancer
Earlier this year, Fujitsu’s Co-creation team facilitated a HXD Workshop with Camp Quality. For the last 5 years Fujitsu has been a proud supporter of Camp Quality, hosting various events and raising over $500,000 to help children and families through their journey with cancer.
Enabling the ‘art of the possible’ – Fujitsu’s commitment to innovation
At Fujitsu, we’ve always been driven by a commitment to innovate– to help our clients leverage technology in truly unique and creative ways, whether to set new standards, pave the way for new thinking, or to improve outcomes for society as a whole.
Gadi finds spot as Australia’s fastest supercomputer
‘Gadi’ means ‘to search for’ in the language of the local traditional custodians as the supercomputer will 'search for' the solutions to some of the world’s most complex and pressing challenges such as COVID-19 and climate change.