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Rishi Sunak And Elon Musk Shared Views During The AI Summit

Ricardo Paulino

Artificial intelligence is increasingly present in our lives, and as a well-known fact, more and more conferences and talks are being held on this topic.

At the beginning of November, the AI Summit was held in Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire, attended by several representatives of governments, international organizations and CEOs of the world's main technology corporations.

One of them was Elon Musk, who had the opportunity to engage in an interview with the UK Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, in which he expressed what in his opinion is happening right now with AI: “I think we are seeing the most disruptive force in history here, where we will have for the first time something that is smarter than the smartest human”.

“There will come a point where no job will be needed. You can have a job if you want one for sort of personal satisfaction, but the AI will be up to everything”, warned the Tesla owner.

At the same time, Musk reflected on the positive things that the high volume of applications including AI, has brought with it to accelerate the response time and performance of professional and daily activities, and highlighting where AI markets are located worldwide: “San Francisco Bay, London and China, that’s where the leadership is right now”.

The UK Prime Minister referred the late Stephen Hawking saying “AI is likely to be the best or worst thing to happen to humanity”.

Musk has said that AI should have a referee who can regulate them to improve performance and optimization, as well as minimize threats. “China says this is something we should really care about”, mentioned the tech tycoon.

Rishi Sunak delved into economic strategies, while Musk shared insights on innovation and sustainable technology. The exchange showcased a fusion of financial acumen and technological vision, reflecting a collaborative approach addressing global challenges.

The Premier probed into economic policies, emphasizing fiscal responsibility while the SpaceX CEO shared his perspectives on sustainable technology, space exploration, and the future of transportation.

The interview underscored the importance of collaborative efforts between policymakers and industry leaders to navigate the complex challenges of a rapidly evolving global landscape. “AI is already creating jobs. Also, the way it’s being used is a little bit more as a co-pilot necessarily versus replacing the person”, Sunak confirmed.




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