Tesla boss Elon Musk warns there could be 'no stopping' AI

Daily Mail - Science & tech 

Despite his own role in the advancement of artificial intelligence, Elon Musk has long warned that the technology built by humans could one day lead to our destruction. And, the tech giant has now revealed he's kept a'wary eye' on the growth of AI for years as an investor in DeepMind, which was acquired by Google in 2014. While humans may be able to stop a runaway algorithm, there would be'no stopping' a large, centralized AI that calls the shots, Musk argues in a recent interview with Vanity Fair. Despite his own role in the advancement of artificial intelligence, Elon Musk has long warned that the technology built by humans could one day lead to our destruction. And, the tech giant has revealed he's kept a'wary eye' on the growth of AI for years as an investor in DeepMind Last summer, when asked at the Code Conference in southern California if the answer to the question of whether we are in a simulated computer game was'yes', Elon Musk said the answer is'probably'.