AI model recognises handwritten Chinese characters

Recognising individual handwritten Chinese characters using deep learning and other AI models may have already surpassed human recognition capability, but these models are still unable to correctly break strings of handwritten characters into individual characters. Fujitsu is addressing this issue with a new AI model that it said has a high degree of accuracy in recognising handwritten Chinese character strings. By applying this model, recognition mistakes in characters have been reduced to less than half that of previous technology, greatly improving the efficiency of tasks such as digitisation of handwritten texts, according to the company. The model will be used as part of Fujitsu’s human centric AI Zinrai. Existing technologies using AI start off with a supervised sample of characters to enable the system to learn and remember features of…

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