This page introduces the latest information about the NTT group’s activities related to corevo®.
2019. 11 . 18
AI achieved a score of 185 on the English written exam of the National Center Test for University Admissions in 2019.
The Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT, CEO: Jun Sawada) took the English written exam of the 2019 National Center Test for University Admissions and achieved high marks of 185 points (64.1 T-score). This reflects its research and development of corevo, which is one of NTT’s AI-related technologies, and its participation in the AI project called “Todai Robot Project - Can a robot get into the University of Tokyo?” with the Inter-University Research Institute Corporation Research Organization of Information and Systems, National Institute of Informatics (NII, director: Masaru Kitsuregawa). This achievement was made possible by the English team and its insight into natural language processing technologies based on deep learning. The team improved its score by more than 30 points (corresponding to 7 T-score points) compared to the simple application of deep learning technologies.
2019. 07 . 29
Tokyo Metro and NTT Agree on Collaboration for "Co-Creation of Tokyo's Attractiveness and Vitality"
Tokyo Metro Co., Ltd. (Head office: Taito-ku, Tokyo; President and CEO: Akiyoshi Yamamura; hereinafter "Tokyo Metro") and Nippon Telephone and Telegraph Corporation (Head office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; President and CEO: Jun Sawada; hereinafter "NTT") have agreed to promote collaboration based on the following three themes.
1. Enhancement of infrastructure safety and stability: Condition Based Maintenance (CBM)
2. Enhanced facilitation of mobility: Travel Demand Management (TDM)
3. Co-creation of Tokyo's attractiveness and vitality: Mobility coordination
2019. 07 . 10
DOCOMO Adds Popular Japanese Textbook to Japanese-language Training App
Revised app now being trialed at educational institutions in Japan and overseas
TOKYO, JAPAN, July 10, 2019 --- NTT DOCOMO, INC. and 3A Corporation announced today that a newly digitized version of 3A's Minna no Nihongo™, one of the most widely used textbooks for Japanese language study by non-native speakers, has been incorporated into DOCOMO's existing Japanese conversation-training app, Japanese Language Training AI. Beginning today, DOCOMO and Singapore-based NTT DOCOMO ASIA Pte. Ltd will conduct a trial using the expanded app at Japanese-language educational institutions and schools both in and outside of Japan until November 30.