Japan's electronics makers break the bank to woo talented AI engineers | The Japan Times


Electronics makers are revising pay scales to attract competent engineers, including by throwing salaries of more than ¥10 million per year at recruits fresh out of school.

This is interesting. That said, I don’t trust corporate use of AI given how the companies are openly using it today. Getting into bed with some of these companies would likely mean working on projects that violate my ethical standpoints with regards to data collection, storage, and processing.