Applied to optimization problems in production scheduling, the new technology can help to reduce man-hours required for AI model creation by up to 95%.
Fujitsu announced a new technology for automated generation of AI solutions, offering users the possibility to customize AI innovation components themselves. It is offered through the ‘Fujitsu Kozuchi – Fujitsu AI Platform.’
The AI platform already offers users access to ready-made AI and ML technologies. Leveraging the new technology, users themselves will now be able to further modify and customize AI solutions on the platform using natural language input.
The new technology interprets programs and mathematical expressions converted by large language models (LLMs) and generates solutions in a graphical format. It enables the creation of expert-level mathematical expressions. By training AI models with this graph data, the technology enables the automatic creation of different AI models for prediction, optimization, and anomaly detection.
Adding previous learning data to the graph data enables efficient re-training of AI models even under new conditions. By combining this technology with an LLM, users can rapidly repeat prototyping, modifying, and adjusting of AI solutions through commands in natural language.
Fujitsu will leverage Palantir’s artificial intelligence platform (AIP), which allows the use of securely hosted large-language models.
The new technology represents part of Fujitsu’s framework for composite AI for solving customers’ increasingly complex problems by combining different AI innovation components including for functions like demand forecasting and production scheduling. Fujitsu will also offer a framework for external platforms in cooperation with Palantir Technologies Inc.
Fujitsu will start offering the new technology through Fujitsu Kozuchi to users in Japan by December 2023 and plans to roll out services to the global market in the future.