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Fujitsu envisions AI that thinks outside the box

Tech company looks to propel Japan in fierce development race

TOKYO -- Tech company Fujitsu aims to develop creative artificial intelligence that works in unfamiliar scenarios, tackling this project with a state-backed institution to try to give Japanese AI research a leg up on competition overseas.

This type of insightful AI in charge of directing crowds at a large event could manage people even when the unexpected occurs, such as a train accident or sudden bad weather. Such an AI handling corporate cybersecurity could estimate the scope of damage when attacked by an unfamiliar computer virus, then take defensive action while keeping systems up and running.

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