Israel: Alibaba chief tells students ‘machines can’t win against humans’

Alibaba founder and chief executive Jack Ma said “machines cannot win against humans” during a speech to students in Tel Aviv on Thursdayas part of his first visit to Israel.
Speaking in front of Tel Aviv University students, Ma's speech was aimed at encouraging young people in the face of an increased use of machines across different industries.
"In the next thirty years, what other things we should teach our kids, that they will be different, they will be better, they can do the things the machine cannot do," said Ma.
"Machines can never win [against] human beings. Machines can do only things that machine can do better. Human beings have hearts, machines only have chips," he added.
Earlier, Ma met with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem.