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Elon Musk thinks artificial intelligence is ultimately more dangerous than nuclear weapons
Elon Musk, the tech billionaire who wants to colonize Mars, is seriously worried about advances in artificial intelligence.
Speaking during a Q&A at the SXSW film festival and tech conference in Austin, Texas, on Sunday, Musk said the two things that stress him most in life right now are production difficulties with the Tesla Model 3 electric car and the dangers of AI.
Musk cited Google's AlphaGo, a software powered by AI that can play the ancient Chinese board game Go, as evidence of the rise of the machine.
In early 2017, AlphaGo clinched a decisive win over the number-one player of Go, the world's most demanding strategy game.
Musk also predicted that advances in AI will let self-driving cars handle 'all modes of driving' by the end of 2019.
He said he thinks Tesla's Autopilot 2.0 will be 'at least 100 to 200%' safer than human drivers within two years.
In the event of nuclear devastation, Musk said, 'we want to make sure there's enough of a seed of civilization somewhere else to bring civilization back and perhaps shorten the length of the dark ages.
What Elon Musk Could Have Shared About Artificial Intelligence But Didn’t
He said, “If Elon Musk was really serious about the AI threat he’d stop building those self-driving cars.” This was Elon’s response on Twitter — “Wow, if even Pinker doesn’t understand the difference between functional/narrow AI (e.g.
car) and general AI, when the latter *literally* has a million times more compute power and an open-ended utility function, humanity is in deep trouble” I
The guy that is going to pave the forest and perhaps destroy a whole eco-system.” Recently deceased physicist, Stephen Hawking, made a great point that mirrors the hunter with the gigantic rifle.
“The automation of factories has already decimated jobs in traditional manufacturing, and the rise of artificial intelligence is likely to extend this job destruction deep into the middle classes, with only the most caring, creative or supervisory roles remaining.” Elon, through his fleeting reference to the “existential crisis”, worries about the paver in the three-piece.
They define themselves by their intelligence and they don’t like the idea that a machine could be way smarter than them, so they discount the idea — which is fundamentally flawed.” If you point a finger, the challenge is that three fingers point at you.
He said, “This is a case where you have a very serious danger to the public, therefore there needs to be a public body that has insight and then oversight to confirm that everyone is developing AI safely — this is extremely important,” We know Elon as a visionary and problem solver.
His lifetime of work is proof — he has natural credibility when he speaks about “how to solve….” He needs to his spend time to communicate the existential risk of humanity to the larger audience in ways we can grasp.
The first question they asked it was: “Is there a God?” The computer replies: “There is now.” And a bolt of lightning struck the plug so it couldn’t be turned off.” — — — — Karthik Rajan I
When Elon combined my two topics AI [my fascination started in high school when computers were slow] and energy [I work in this space] in one line, I felt an urge to pen my thoughts.
AI 'more dangerous than nukes': Elon Musk still firm on regulatory oversight
Entrepreneur Elon Musk has long held the position that innovators need to be aware of the social risk artificial intelligence (AI) presents to the future, but at South by Southwest (SXSW) on Sunday, the SpaceX founder pieced together his plan for the second coming of the Dark Ages, noting AI 'scares the hell' out of him.
Making an appearance on a couch with his friend, creator of science fiction western series Westworld Jonathan Nolan, Musk said that although he's not usually an advocate for regulation and oversight, the AI proposition is where he can make an exception.
TechRepublic: IBM Watson CTO: The 3 ethical principles AI needs to embrace 'This is a case where you have a very serious danger to the public, therefore there needs to be a public body that has insight and then oversight to confirm that everyone is developing AI safely -- this is extremely important,' he said.
Predicting a similar fate for self-driving vehicles, Musk expects by the end of next year, self-driving will encompass essentially all modes of driving and be at least 100-200 percent safer than a human driver.
I think we've got to build an interface -- we didn't evolve to have a communications jack -- there's got to be essentially a vast number of tiny electrodes that are able to read right from your brain,' he explained.
'A digital extension of you, that is an AI, the AI extension of you, a tertiary layer of intelligence, so you've got your limbic system, your cortex, and the tertiary layer which is a digital AI extension of you, and high bandwidth connection is what achieves a tight symbiosis.
- On Wednesday, October 23, 2019
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