Alibaba's Jack Ma and Softbank's Masayoshi Son see people at the heart in age of AI
TOKYO - People will be at the heart of the digital age of artificial intelligence, two of Asia's top tech titans and investors said on Friday (Dec 6), as they urged a fundamental shift in how schools and workplaces are run to breed curious minds.
Alibaba's Jack Ma and Softbank's Masayoshi Son - two kindred spirits and friends who regularly debate and discuss philosophy - said innovation will be held at a greater premium in the future.
"People have to learn, and the best university is society. The best teachers are the mistakes," said Mr Ma, 55, who retired in September as chief executive officer of the Chinese e-commerce giant to focus on philanthropy.
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