Next, I would like to talk about personal value. When it comes to personal value, there is one question that we must ask: "Will our jobs be replaced by artificial intelligence (AI)?" The trend, as we see now, is that highly repeatable jobs that can be identified and summarized by computers will be the first ones replaced by AI. These jobs include image recognition, sound recognition, and other jobs based on specific sample data, such as facilities control, answering specific questions, vehicle driving, interpretation, etc. With the development of sensors/transducers and the computing power of computers, the ability of human beings to deal with "things", i.e. physical matters as well as data, documents, machines, electronic devices, etc., will gradually be at a huge disadvantage compared with computers. Human beings, however, can keep their advantage in dealing with person-to-person business. Just think about it: “Are we still able to secure a proper place in the company while our Workbench is rapidly developing to a certain extent and is helping us with business operation and decision-making in an increasingly intelligent manner?” Therefore, never become a worker engaged in simple, repeatable jobs. Admittedly, personal abilities cannot be developed overnight. One need to have enough accumulation of knowledge, rich working experience, and achieve personal growth with continuous self-innovation.