The extremely rich innovation pioneer, who claims Tesla SpaceX, the organization previously known as Twitter, and the recently shaped simulated intelligence startup xAI said late Thursday that simulated intelligence could possibly turn into the "most problematic power ever."
"We will have something that is, interestingly, more brilliant than the savviest human," Musk said at an occasion at Lancaster House, an authority U.K. government home.
"It's difficult to say precisely what that second is, yet there will come a time when no occupation is required," Musk kept saying, talking close to English Head of State Rishi Sunak. "You can have some work if you have any desire to have some work for individual fulfillment. Be that as it may, the simulated intelligence would have the option to do everything."