Artificial intelligence can be terrible: Elon Musk


Elon Musk, the chief executive and technology entrepreneur at US carmaker Tesla, has long warned of the dangers of artificial intelligence. Of course, there is no shortage of people who oppose his views. However, the message of the mask for those who doubt the dangers of artificial intelligence is that they are not as clever as they think they are.


Earlier, Musk had warned that artificial intelligence could be more dangerous than nuclear war, according to Business Insider, a business and technology website. One of his concerns is that AI or artificial intelligence will take the place of the human worker. Without this, artificial intelligence like Sky Net will decide at some point, there is no need for people anymore.


"I've been talking about the dangers of artificial intelligence for a decade," Musk told Business Insider.


Musk warns that smart people who think their devices can never fool them are living in a fool's paradise. The artificial intelligence that comes in their way is reducing the protective effect from any trickery.


"We should be concerned about where the AI is going," Musk told Business Insider. I see those who are smarter make more mistakes with AI. Because they can't think, computer intelligence can be more than them. This is the big mistake of their argument. The smarter they are, the more stupid they actually are.


Musk often talks about artificial intelligence in a way that many do not support. He talked about the dangers of secret research into artificial intelligence. However, he warned as well as the way to solve it. He said artificial intelligence should be closely monitored for comprehensive control and AI development. Otherwise, we will fail to provide significant protection against objectionable or irresponsible technology.


Earlier, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had an argument with Mask over artificial intelligence. Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg's position on the future of artificial intelligence has always been contradictory.


In response to a question from a user on Facebook Live, Mark said that those who have expressed fears of destruction with artificial intelligence are actually irresponsible. Although he did not mention his name, his statement went directly against Elon Musk. On the other hand, without any cover, Musk wrote on Twitter that Mark Zuckerberg's knowledge about this subject (AI) is very limited.


Elon Musk often feared that working with artificial intelligence would have dire consequences for the human community. He called for legislation on AI. He even referred to it as the biggest threat to civilization.


Jerome Pesenti, the head of Facebook's AI division, has recently fueled the Zuckerberg-Musk controversy over AI. He tweeted to Musk that he had less idea about AI. Musk replied in two words. Musk writes, “Facebook sucks”. 


According to Musk, AI could lead to major job disasters and robots would be able to do everything better than us. He also commented that artificial intelligence or AI is a fundamental risk to the existence of human civilization.


There is no such thing as Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) and we have not been able to go beyond human intelligence, Jerome tweeted.


Tesla's chief executive has spoken out against those who, despite working with artificial intelligence, have not spoken out about the dangers.





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