Fujitsu Platform Revolutionizes Data Collection Efficiency


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Phytocontrol has entered into an agreement to use artificial intelligence chromatographic analysis using Fujitsu’s cloud-based service system in 2023.

Fujitsu claims that this system can increase the efficiency of data collection and analysis by 5 times the original amount. In addition, the number of human errors will be significantly lower, which will increase both productivity and accuracy.

“Phytocontrol has reached an agreement to use artificial intelligence chromatographic analysis using Fujitsu’s cloud-based service system”

Phytocontrol’s Managing Director, Mikael Bresson, said that “Fujitsu Computing as a Service is a very good opportunity to accelerate and intensify our collaboration to develop our business with fast and reliable chromatographic analysis using artificial intelligence in the whole world”.

The food and beverage industry currently has many concerns regarding supply chain and ingredient safety; therefore, this is the first market that Fujitsu’s system will enter. New WHO research calculates the impact of diet-related illnesses, with 400,000 deaths each year attributed to people consuming contaminated food.

Curatorial Director of the Courtauld Institute of Art, Dr Austin Nevin, thinks that “with AI it would be possible to do a more nuanced interpretation of complex chromatograms… AI could become very interesting for us if we were looking at a very complex area.” fragmentation model.

Additionally, Fujitsu and Phytocontrol intend to expand their analytics-based artificial intelligence services to other international industries, including healthcare and cosmetics.

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