Elon Musk: AI More Dangerous Than NKorea

Elon Musk: AI More Dangerous Than NKorea

Elon Musk: AI More Dangerous Than NKorea

Always tweeting Tesla (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk doesn't seem too scared of North Korean nuclear missiles striking his US based Gigafactory.

The famous inventor talked about new technologies that can conquer the world.

The tech industry guru tweeted: "If you're not concerned about AI safety, you should be. Vastly more risk than North Korea".

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North Korea has threatened to launch nuclear weapons against the United States, which has garnered a strong response from President Donald Trump.

He accompanied these posts on Twitter with a poster of a anxious woman saying, "In the end, the machines will win".

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Musk is the founder of OpenAI, which is a non-profit promoting responsible development of artificial intelligence through research and an emphasis on ethics. He's not the only influential personality highlighting the potential risk posed by artificial intelligence. Bill Gates and Stephen Hawking have also issued warnings regarding AI.

He added that while "nobody likes being regulated", everything that's a danger to the public is regulated, from cars to food to drugs.

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