Seeking to raise the share of renewable energy as close as possible to 100 percent could resolve many problems.
For Takamitsu Sawa's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
A liberal arts education is crucial to the development of the skills required for success in Society 5.0.
English-language education in Japanese schools should focus on reading and writing rather than conversation to build a strong foundation.
AI is none other than a mechanized slave in that it liberates humans from labor for production.
It is imperative that Japan reform its power industry to make electricity more affordable for industries relying on AI.
It will be impossible to nurture human resources suitable for Society 5.0 unless drastic curriculum reforms are carried out to make universities an arena for a liberal arts education.
AI could conceivably eliminate the need for human labor in production and allow people to immerse themselves in intellectual activities.
The speed of change in the Fourth Industrial Revolution is extremely high, and Japan is falling behind.
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