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Japan introduces Artificial Intelligence technology to ease business

ANI  |  Tokyo [Japan] 

Japan has introduced Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology, which is one of the modern cutting-edge technology, to ease

Based on the theme of "Working with AI", NTT Communications Forum 2018 was held in Tokyo to exhibit how people can experience future working style with the latest AI and IoT.

In each booth, the latest technology to solve the problem of society and realize a more convenient life in the future is introduced. In this booth, visitors can experience A.I. and "MR" (Mixed Reality) by wearing HoloLens. They can overlay hologram objects and information as people look at the real space.

Hayato Kobayashinttc of NTT said, "The person with HoloLens can see visual assistant A.I. "COTOHA". 3D models of copiers are outputted as well as visual instruction from COTOHA. By following the guide from AI, people would be able to overcome the difficulty of daily work, and even beginners who have never done such work before can do as well."

Hisayo Kajii, NTT Communications, said, "We provide a solution to the actual social problem, such as labour shortage because of ageing and declining birth rate. As our company offers service to more than 190 countries and regions worldwide, we would like to contribute to providing network, cloud, IoT, and A.I. services, to continue to solve both and social problem as a great partner to our customers.

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First Published: Wed, October 17 2018. 22:05 IST
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