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Elon Musk shocker: Artificial intelligence can destroy human race

Elon Musk shocker: Artificial intelligence can destroy human race

On account of more specific guidance requested by Democrat and Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper and the Republican Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, Elon Musk said: "The first step for the government is to get a better understanding of the fast-moving achievements in the developing artificial intelligence technology".

Musk spoke broadly about solar energy, space travel, self-driving cars and other emerging technology during a question-and-answer session at the summer conference of the National Governors Association in Rhode Island.

Speaking about the ill-effects of AI, Musk also said that it could have a massive impact on employment and the workforce. He stressed out that "robots going down the street killing people" may seem "so ethereal" for people today but not until they would witness it in the future.

The solution, says Musk, is regulation: "AI is a rare case where we need to be proactive about regulation instead of reactive. Because I think by the time we are reactive in AI regulation, it's too late", he continued, pointing out that it would be wrong to wait for bad things to happen before taking action. There's a bunch of opposition from companies who don't like being told what to do by regulators and it takes forever.

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Artificial intelligence sure is the creation of the human mind but with a potential to take over the civilization.

"That, in the past, has been bad but not something which represented a fundamental risk to the existence of civilisation".

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Meanwhile, Bill Gates echoed the sentiments during an AMA in 2015 when he said, "I am in the camp that is concerned about super intelligence", adding, "First, the machines will do a lot of jobs for us and not be super intelligent".

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"I think things are going to grow exponentially".

"The robots will do everything, bar nothing", he said, dryly.

He feels that it is necessary for the Government to understand this advanced technology better. Around the corner are AI-powered autonomous cars, and service companies like Uber that's increasingly waving AI into its ride-hailing app.

"You kind of need the regulators to do that for all the teams in the game". At a gathering of United States governors this weekend he repeated these sentiments, but also stressed something he says is even more important: that governments need to start regulating AI now.

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