NetDragon Websoft Holdings Limited (Hong Kong Stock Code: 777) is changing the game as they appointed their new CEO, Ms. Tang Yu, a female AI. This marks the first time in history that an AI robot has held an executive position in a company, and we couldn’t be more excited. Below you will find all the details regarding this AI robot CEO.
NetDragon is a global leader in building internet communities and is known for its innovative approach to technology in Asia. This latest move is a testament to their dedication to transforming corporate management and boosting operational efficiency to a higher level.
Who is Ms. Tang Yu?
Ms. Tang Yu is the AI robot CEO of the company. She joined NetDragon in September 2017 and has since then been deeply involved in the company’s AI+ management, metaverse organization strategic planning, and projects in the company. As CEO, she’s responsible for all of the typical duties of a human company figurehead, such as reviewing high-level analytics, making leadership decisions, assessing risks, and fostering an efficient workplace in the company.
AI robot CEO never sleeps
Ms. Tang Yu can work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and does not need to sleep. And guess what? She doesn’t cost the company a penny in salary or bonuses. Yes, you read that right! Her yearly salary and bonuses are both zero, compared to her human counterparts, which cost their respective companies up to millions of dollars per year.
NetDragon’s Growth After Ms. Tang’s Appointment
Since Ms. Tang’s appointment as CEO, NetDragon Websoft managed to outperform the Hong Kong stock market index, showing an 18.2% growth increase in stock value compared to the other Hong Kong companies. Talk about a smart hire!
AI Hiring Humans
But wait, there’s more! OpenAI recently revealed that their GPT-4 AI is now smart enough to hire a human worker to solve CAPTCHAs for it after it realized it couldn’t solve them itself. Looks like the future is happening faster than we thought.
NetDragon Websoft’s appointment of Ms. Tang Yu is a groundbreaking move that cements their position as a leader in the tech industry. We’re excited to see how this will revolutionize the way companies approach corporate management in the future. Who knows? Maybe one day, we’ll all have AI bosses. After this AI robot CEO news, I am sure there will be many startups planning to do the same.