The Lloyds Bank - National Business Awards UK 2017  

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Fujitsu

Fujitsu is delighted to sponsor the Fujitsu Artificial Intelligence Award

In the UK and Ireland, we offer an integrated product and service portfolio that includes; IT consulting services, technology products, managed services, cloud-based solutions, and systems integration. We are experts in digital business transformation, and have a proven track record of enabling both private and public sector customers to digitalise with confidence. We have helped many of our customers to digitally transform to meet changing consumer needs and take advantage of the benefits brought about by digital disruption.

Rupal Karia, Head of Private and Public Sector, Fujitsu UK & Ireland

 “New emerging technologies are fundamentally changing the way we work and engage with businesses. AI is at the heart of this and we are already seeing a number of new and exciting innovations stem from its use. The UK Government is right to be ambitious about the potential of AI and to have it at the core of the UK’s Industrial Strategy. British companies are at the head of the pack driving innovation in this space, with AI having the potential to be truly transformative, empowering businesses and enabling people to thrive in a digital world.

It’s for these reasons that we are sponsoring a new category in the National Business Awards that will recognise the British businesses at the cutting-edge of AI. We are incredibly excited to hear from businesses that are pushing these boundaries and contributing to the UK’s global leadership in this world-changing technology.”

Technology Transformation – a positive force in a changing Britain?

As the Fourth Industrial Revolution continues to take shape, Britain is witnessing a period of change as significant as any in history.

Technology is driving social and economic change to a degree which we cannot yet fully appreciate, and it is doing so at a time of political flux as Britain prepares to leave the European Union. Yet the broader international environment is nothing if not complex, with growing instability. In much of the developed world we are seeing a push back against globalisation, the full impact of which remains unclear.

In a world filled with uncertainties, where globalisation is as likely to be treated with scepticism as a model of future prosperity, just what is in store for Britain?

To explore how the British public feel about digital disruption and investigate the role technology plays in their lives, Fujitsu commissioned research into what a “transforming Britain” really looks like.

In addition, we questioned senior leaders from UK businesses to assess how their decision making is being affected by these factors, and how they feel about transformative technologies.

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The Fujitsu Artificial Intelligence Award   

See the criteria for this category, its judges and those shortlisted for it after the announcement at the end of July.

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