DSEI Future Tech Hub strategic partner, Fujitsu, is set to demonstrate the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI), quantum-inspired computing and networking at DSEI 2021, taking place 14-17 September at ExCeL London. The company will host a series of live demos to showcase its state-of-the-art automated analytics, data science and how technologies that exist today are already challenging the idea that creativity is uniquely human; asking what that means for the role of humans in decision-making now, and in the future.
Echoing this year’s theme of Multi-Domain Integration (MDI), Fujitsu’s display will focus on the sustainable integration of people and machines – a human-centric approach where decision-making is evidence-based, data-driven and blended with intuition.
The main goal will be to answer questions on how AI can be practically applied to a data problem and how infrastructures such as multi-cloud, networks and secure comms can be delivered to support the Digital Backbone.
This will include a demonstration of the 6th Generation Fighter Data Integration approach. Based on multi-cloud open architecture data management providing an enterprise wide awareness, enhancing operational effectiveness and mission readiness.
Fujitsu will also use DSEI as a platform to explore the issues that are caused by high volumes of space debris orbiting the earth and showcase how quantum-inspired computing and predictive analytics can help determine which piece of debris the spacecraft should remove before it becomes a hazard to critical assets.
As a DSEI strategic partner, Fujitsu will also play an active role in seminars and panels within the Joint Theatre in the Future Tech Hub. Subject matter experts will discuss topics such as the importance of partnerships for achieving MDI and how industry creativity can help build an integrated force.
Additionally, Fujitsu are running a speaker programme to selective audiences across the event. The presenters are specialists within their respective fields, sharing insights on frontier technologies and digital transformation:
Professor Michael Horowitz, world leading expert and author on AI, robotics, global politics and military innovation
Dr Satoshi Matsuoka, world leading expert in supercomputing and Director of the RIKEN Center for Computational Science, which has led the development together with Fujitsu of the world’s fastest supercomputer, Japan’s Fugaku
Dr Keith Dear, AI Innovation Director and former Intelligence Officer in the RAF and Expert Adviser to the UK Prime Minister on defence modernisation
Tim Gibson, Vice President of Fujitsu Defence & National Security stated “Fujitsu’s vision is the sustainable integration of people and machines to revolutionise all aspects of operations. We see the power of AI and Quantum coupled with the constant uncertainty we see in the world today as the backdrop to why we are constantly evolving to be the Digital Transformation partner of choice. Digital innovation is fundamental and the creation of the new ‘Future Tech Hub’ will bring emerging technologies to the forefront at this year’s event. We are pleased to have helped shape this important initiative.”