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Musk, Zuckerberg clash over future of artificial intelligence

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This combo of file images shows Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, left, and Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk. An online smackdown between tech titans Zuckerberg and Musk over the possible threat of artificial intelligence underlines how little most people know about the rapidly advancing technology. Two of the technology industry's most powerful leaders are at odds when it comes to artificial intelligence. Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk has a pessimistic view of the risks associated with such technology. "I keep sounding the alarm bell," Musk told the National Governors Association in June.


Zuckerberg slams Musk's AI 'doomsday' as 'irresponsible'

Daily Mail - Science & tech

As artificial intelligence continues to grow, technology could soon bring humanity to a safer, healthier future, according to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg – and he says arguing otherwise would be'pretty irresponsible.' In a Facebook Live session this weekend, Zuckerberg fielded questions from users while barbequing in his Palo Alto backyard, addressing everything from AI to the ongoing issue of global internet accessibility. When asked his thoughts on AI in light of recent concerns expressed by Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Zuckerberg explained that he's'really optimistic' about its development, as it holds potential to bring'a dramatic improvement in people's lives.' As artificial intelligence continues to grow, technology could soon bring humanity to a safer, healthier future, according to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg – and arguing otherwise would be'pretty irresponsible.' Zuckerberg is pictured during a recent keynote address During a question-and-answer session at the summer conference of the National Governors Association in Rhode Island., Tesla CEO Elon Musk warned that regulation of artificial intelligence is needed because it's a'fundamental risk to the existence of human civilisation.' The billionaire said regulations will stop humanity from being outsmarted by computers, or'deep intelligence in the network', that can start wars by manipulating information.


Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg clash over the future of artificial intelligence

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Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg clash over the future of artificial intelligence

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Two of the technology industry's most powerful leaders are at odds when it comes to artificial intelligence. Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk has a pessimistic view of the risks associated with such technology. "I keep sounding the alarm bell," Musk told the National Governors Assn. in June. "But until people see robots going down the street killing people, they don't know how to react because it seems so ethereal." Facebook Chief Mark Zuckerberg on Sunday called Musk's dire warnings overblown and described himself as "optimistic."


Elon Musk says Zuckerberg's understanding is 'limited'

Daily Mail - Science & tech

The war of words between billionaires Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk is heating up. Tesla CEO, Musk has today hit back at Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg claiming his understanding of artificial intelligence as'limited'. Musk was responding to comments made by Zuckerberg where he said Musk's negativity about the future of AI is'pretty irresponsible'. A Twitter user posts an article about Zuckerberg's comments to which Musk responded saying'I've talked to Mark about this. His understanding of the subject is limited'.