In the interview, Musk will discuss the controversy surrounding artificial intelligence (AI) and how it could change the planet forever.
In a preview of the interview released Friday, the Tesla and SpaceX CEO sounded the alarm about AI, calling it “more dangerous” than any flawed vehicle. Musk will also share the inside story of Twitter and his plans for the social media platform that he bought last fall.
“AI is more dangerous than, say, mismanaged aircraft design or production maintenance or bad car production,” Musk told Carlson. “In the sense that it has the potential, however, small one may regard that probability, but it is non-trivial; it has the potential of civilization destruction.”
Musk emerged as one of the biggest newsmakers over the past year for his acquisition of Twitter, which caused Democrats and the liberal media to panic because of his expressed ambition to restore free speech on the platform.
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