TotemoTech - 2024-02-02


Hello and welcome to today’s news from TotemoTech on February 2nd, 2024. In today’s news, we have some interesting stories to cover.

First, let’s talk about the future of AI in 2024. Four IT companies in Japan, including CyberAgent, shared their perspectives on the current state and outlook of AI generation. With the rise of ChatGPT in 2023, the momentum for AI generation has grown significantly. However, concerns have been raised about the dominance of OpenAI. These companies discussed potential solutions to the ‘OpenAI dominance problem’ and the prospects for AI generation in 2024.

Moving on to our next story, Japan Television Broadcasting Network has announced measures to prevent the misappropriation of donations for ‘24 Hour Television.’ Following the issue of misappropriation of funds, the network has introduced new regulations and implemented cashless donations to ensure transparency and prevent future incidents.

Now, let’s shift our focus to the field of satellite imaging. QPS Institute has released high-resolution images of the Earth’s surface captured by the small SAR satellite ‘Tsukuyomi-I.’ The images provide clear views of landmarks such as ‘Goryokaku’ and ‘Fukuoka PayPay Dome.’ This advancement in satellite imaging technology opens up new possibilities for various applications.

In the world of AI, the ‘MAGI System’ from the movie ‘Evangelion’ has caught attention as a smart way to enhance the accuracy of AI-generated outputs. This idea explores how to bring out the full potential of AI generation. With the era of AI generation upon us, finding effective ways to utilize AI is crucial, and the ‘MAGI System’ offers valuable insights.

Shifting gears, let’s discuss the topic of ‘compatible batteries.’ Accidents related to compatible batteries have been on the rise. While it is true that choosing genuine batteries is the safest option, it’s important to note that not all compatible batteries are fake. Some professionals, such as frequent users of power tools or camera enthusiasts, have different perspectives on compatible batteries. It’s essential to understand the nuances and not generalize that all compatible batteries are inferior.

Lastly, WeWork Japan has filed for civil rehabilitation on February 1st, 2024. SoftBank will take over the company’s operations through a newly established subsidiary called WWJ. The announcement assures that there will be no changes to the service level or contract conditions.

That wraps up today’s news from TotemoTech. Stay tuned for more updates on the latest tech developments. Visit for the news, yen exchange rates, and a daily Japanese proverb.

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