David Corbin from Tech in Asia joined us for an in depth discussion on SoftBank, one of the most exciting companies in Asia. We started with the organizational ...
Masayoshi Son gave a radical keynote at SoftBank World 2015, unveiling Pepper for Biz and predicting that the singularity will arrive in 2018.
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Masayoshi Son, the founder and CEO of Japanese telco SoftBank, shared his revolutionary ideas about a robotic workforce in Japan.
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Masayoshi Son, the CEO of Japanese wireless carrier SoftBank, introduced what he called the world’s first robot capable of recognizing human emotion today.