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From Atlas CEO Message

30.Human versus AI.

I’ve been extremely surprised and inspired indeed to hear what the majority of panelists say in the forum.

They are rather pessimistic to the future development of artificial intelligence (AI) by saying its possibility is technologically limited. Touching upon so-called singularity, they firmly believe there must always be a room for the human being to overcome AI’s offensive to the daily life.

Yes, of course, this is obviously opinion expressed from viewpoint of those who are professionally engaged in industrial human resource management. If all the problems were to be solved by AI, they would lose their jobs immediately. As the audience, we should keep it in mind.

However, this experience here in California was extremely astonishing for me from Japan, while almost all the Japanese media tend to simply claim almighty AI and undoubted singularity towards the future.

They pretend even as if there were no western talented experts who oppose to the idea of almighty AI. This is not true. For those experts from both US and Europe who got together in the forum, the story of almighty AI is an inconvenient truth.

We should always be aware of the fact that the leadership in the advanced economies except for Japan is divided into two groups in this regard. AI is welcome, the optimist says, while the pessimist stick to the position, AI must be limited.

Seeing is believing. I now feel I just found the very reason to visit the Silicon Valley at least once a year from now on. If you also want to get to know the truth in the global community, just follow me. Otherwise, you never grasp what’s really going on in the virtual and conventional reality.

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