you very much for joining us. carolin, back to you. >>> andrew ross sorkin caught up with softbank's ceo, masa son and asked him what future of vehicle automation looks like. >> the usage of the vehicle is going to change. it was a premise that everybody has to own the car no we get rides on taxi, bus, train. to it just is extending with the power of internet a little more convenient, then later on, autonomous driving is going to happen >> final question, 2050, are robots going to be better investors than you >> in many of the subjects compared to the index and so on, they will be definitely smarter than us. however if you have to envision ten years, 30 years later some -- at least some human listen have a better imagination than them. so it's not the end. the power of brain has no limit. the imagination that we can have has no limit so we are also going to improve our imagination and our feeling, gut feeling. if you watch the "star wars" movie, don't just look at what you can see. listen to the force. >>> let's come back to corporate earnings we had a whole lot of them this morning.
. andrew ross sorkin just wrapped up a panel in the saudi future initiative in riyadh, which included christine lagarde and larry fink they said we are witnessing a shift in politics and investment >> that order will certainly change but will be rooted in a sense of community, in a sense of culture that is badly needed for us, human beings, individuals that need to relate to a sense of belonging. to that's broadly brushed. my key message is if don't address those issues now, we may move into a darker scenario. >> populism is going to grow and grow it was interesting to see how the audience chose how technology will change the world. but technology will create more populism because technology will help many, but let's be clear what technology will mean is less human input in the manufacturing of items >> populism is so important to pause on for a minute because it really potentially challenges the formula which the global has benefited from over the last 30, 40 years if you think about populism being essentially about the system not working for a big part of the population, rewriting t
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