A combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots.
We are promoting a new era of company management.
I hope to share some of that process with you in this section.
Sometimes the same view can look completely different before and after something was invented.
Until the invention of the telescope, the night sky was believed to be a myriad of twinkling stars, and if you looked through a telescope, you could see that the stars were bumpy and had rings.
The Universe as seen by the Hubble Telescope
Astronomers have been observing for the past few thousand years, trying to unravel the intricacies of the universe.
Most of them are by the naked eye.
A groundbreaking tool that would fundamentally change this situation, namely the telescope, was invented in the early seventeenth century.
Galileo and others found that telescopes do more than just magnify objects.
Dark objects appear brighter (improved light-harvesting power) and obscured landscapes appear clearer (improved resolution).
Galileo was well aware of how convincing something concrete and tangible can be.
It was revealed that the Milky Way can be broken down into individual stars, and that the hazy chunks of light in Orion or the Pleiades are actually groups of stars.
The stars were quite dark and dense, so it was impossible to distinguish them with the naked eye.
The impact of being able to see clearly what was only vaguely visible is huge.
Just deciphering what "meaning" something clearly seen has will also take a lot of time.
One of the powers of IT is the increasing resolution of social life, with the flow of personal activity data that was previously out of circulation.
Activities that have been ambiguous are now clearly visible as data.
However, what exactly this data means is often essentially unknown, and deciphering it will require a different perspective and theory.