At the age of 28, Yoshida founded the game and anime company, GLAMS Co., Ltd. Although having managed to be one of the pioneers of the digital animation industry, he was diagnosed with cancer at age 32. At 34, his company and his private equity went banckrupt, but managed to make a comeback by establishing three publicly listed companies in the human resources, content creation, and media ad tech industries respectively. Convinced that blockchain will radically change the entertainment industry.
Worked on AI research at the NEC Central Research Laboratories, published many papers and acquired patents, but turned to the consulting industry to promote the application of AI to the real world. Worked on consulting for large companies focusing on strategic management planning and digital business transformation. In the recent years, he has conducted many DX consulting, seminars, and lectures, in particular, ones using AI. He was previously the President and CEO of PricewaterhouseCoopers Co.