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The Japanese government is set to establish a specialized agency for the safety assessment of Artificial Intelligence (AI), known as the "AI Safety Institute," by next week, as revealed through interviews with relevant parties.

In recent times, the work environment for "teachers" has been frequently discussed. "Working weekends as a club advisor, no days off," "staying up late preparing for classes," "dealing with children and parents..." Despite the challenges, the demand for personalized instruction, especially one-on-one tutoring, is on the rise. This trend is notable even among younger students.

In response to concerns over copyright infringement associated with the development and use of generative AI, Japan's Agency for Cultural Affairs has announced plans to seek public comments during January on a draft proposal titled "Perspectives on AI and Copyright."

Generative AI, capable of automatically creating text and images, is seeing increased utilization among many companies and local governments.

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