For further information, please contact the General chair: Pierre-Emmanuel Gaillardon
Konica Minolta, Japan
Acceleration technology to support the evolution of next-generation MFP
In the current MFP, the basic function has reached sufficient performance. To provide added value to next-generation MFPs, KM is considering introducing server functions, and advanced recognition functions by AI. As a result, she will provide integrated management of office IT systems, new solutions to streamline work and operations. This time I’m introducing the AI acceleration technology we are working on to realize advanced recognition function.
Masahiro Murakami is a senior manager of R&D headquarter at Konica Minolta, Inc. He joined IBM Japan in 1990, where he was engaged in ASIC/SoC design for IBM products and customer products, like PC, videogame, etc. After that he joined Konica Minolta, Inc in 2012, where he has been engaged in managing of controller platform development for MFP.