Hello all, I would like to start a new event series. Something more early in the day than what I had so far organized. I would first launch issues, try to have the points of view of all those who wish to speak and eventually come and meet together over a strong coffee.
The term artificial Intelligence is fashionable. IBM, Microsoft, Apple, all are making enormous efforts to develop their own. A.I. writes articles, and helps lawyers in their judgment, in Japan assurance companies lay off people replaced by them, trading is now almost entirely in the hands of computers, (50% in Europe, 60% in the states). Banks have no more traders but statisticians and mathematicians. The Japan where I live and I work from an Automation standpoint is in the Middle Ages, not the plants or factories but the shops, …stores without cashier are for the near future. Like in Korea will we use subway walls to ordering, after your 30–minute metro, everything is delivered as you arrive home. Advances in artificial intelligence connected houses, smart objects are constant.
Then my question is simple,
what trades will make your children? what would be the training that will serve them? What cannot be replaced by a robot or artificial intelligence in 12 years, 15 years? You have children, or you do not、I invite you to give your opinion.
I would bring together all the interesting interventions in this blog as a comment.
I always did my events around technology subject and specialists speaking about their trade.
We will meet in a informal way in the morning. For rally point it will be Shinbashi. Why Shinbashi? Because it’s the Wall Street of Japan, where the oldest and strongest company have their head office. There will be no much of a program for each time I will only bring a subject and people who will register will register and those who doesn’t want will not.
The morning discussion will begin at 9 o’clock and will take 1 to 2 hours after that everybody will go to their own job.
No particular rules to come to these discussions except to be able to pay your coffee. ( and croissant, I guess)