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.
It may be a bit silly, but one of the ways to get along with people from different countries when you go abroad is to do the Origami Origami ORIGAMI, which is very Japanese.
Origami is very well known, and once you start making it, people are interested in it, like "Oh, that's it.
However, many people know about cranes and balloons, so as an added bonus, it is usually appreciated if you write the person's name in kanji on the finished origami.
Whenever I make origami, I always feel that I am creating value, and that this is the power of organizing information.
The material for origami is a single piece of casual paper.
It's everywhere in the world. And pens are everywhere, too.
In just a few seconds, you can create a sense of discomfort in the other person, from what everyone thinks is "there" everywhere to the Japanese worldview of the crane and your own unfamiliar name made into a kanji.
There are moments when things that are too common, too familiar, "weren't there" become "there".
The process of creating new value from mundane objects gives us insights from the vast amount of mundane information on the net.
Perhaps the framework of perception of "vast and mundane information" is itself different, and I can't see how to fold and value mundane information, and even more troubling, it seems to be uncertain and changing rapidly.