Mizuho tests generative AI from Fujitsu


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Mizuho Financial Group in Japan has started testing generative AI technology from Fujitsu to speed up system development and maintenance.

The goal of the joint trials, which will last for several months, is to demonstrate how well the AI can automatically spot mistakes and omissions in system design plans and audit procedures. The partners intend to implement generative AI technologies to work processes and tasks such as source code generation, system development, and maintenance in order to increase work process resilience.

The two parties also intend to create a method for generating test specifications automatically from system design plans that have been enhanced with the aforementioned technology.

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