Okay. So to me it’s easy for around 20 people in the same room to spend a day enjoying food together and so on, building a mental model of each other, become good friends and then start creating something. But if it’s 200 people, very difficult. 2000 people, not possible, right? So there is a wetware restriction in our brain that prevents us from doing this synchronous communication with more than, say, 150 people at the same time the most number. But AI doesn’t have that problem, right? It can very easily do kind of cultural translation that translates one person’s context into the other person’s context. Of course, this can be used for good and for evil. For evil is scam or confidence game right, very bad use. Deep faking someone’s voice and so on. But for good, it enables a person who, for example, speak like, I don’t speak Nihongo, for example, fluently, but it would enable me to carry my intonation my intention and so on in a way that a native Japanese speaker would understand without them having to learn English. Right. So this is what I call assistive intelligence. So, in a sense…. I was in Germany for a year when I was ten.