‘Facebook Fears’: Elon Musk Responds to Facebook Vice President of Artificial Intelligence on Twitter

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Elon Musk gave a simple answer to Facebook’s vice president of artificial intelligence after being asked about his knowledge of technology – “Facebook sucks.”

The brutal response was given to a tweet published by Jérôme Pesenti, who criticized the billionaire’s warnings about the dangers of general artificial intelligence (AGI).

“I think a lot of people in the AI ​​community would agree to say it publicly,” Pesenti wrote on Twitter.

” [Musk] has no idea what he’s talking about when he talks about AI. AGI does not exist and we are far from equaling human intelligence. “

The statements follow a CNBC story, including interviews with AI researchers who judge Musk’s comments on AI “inappropriate.”

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Elon Musk gave Facebook vice president of artificial intelligence a simple answer after being asked about his knowledge of technology - `` Facebook sucks ''

Elon Musk gave Facebook vice president of artificial intelligence a simple answer after being asked about his knowledge of technology – “Facebook sucks”

Musk has clearly expressed hatred for Facebook in the past.

In February, the CEO spoke out against the firm, urging users to delete their accounts, calling the site “lame.”

He tweeted the hashtag #DeleteFacebook in response to British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, a voice critic for Facebook.

Baron Cohen tweeted, “We don’t allow one person to control the water for 2.5 billion people. We don’t let 1 person control electricity for 2.5 billion people. Why do we let 1 man control the information seen by 2.5 billion people?

The brutal response was given to a tweet published by Jérôme Pesenti, who criticized the billionaire's warnings about the dangers of general artificial intelligence (AGI).

The brutal response was given to a tweet published by Jérôme Pesenti, who criticized the billionaire’s warnings about the dangers of general artificial intelligence (AGI). “I think a lot of people in the AI ​​community would agree to say it publicly,” Pesenti wrote on Twitter.

“Facebook must be regulated by governments, not governed by an emperor! He added, accompanied by a doctored photo of Mark Zuckerberg’s face on a Roman statue.

Musk replied: ‘#DeleteFacebook It’s lame’.

And Twitter conversation with Pesenti suggests that the CEO’s aversion to Facebook has been rekindled.

Musk, although fascinated by AI, has long championed the dangers it poses to the human race.

“We are hopelessly inadequate. We will be far, far overwhelmed in every way. I guarantee it, “said Musk to Alibaba president Jack Ma at the World Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Shanghai, China.

“I think people generally underestimate the capabilities of AI. “

“But it’s going to be much more than that. It will be much smarter than the most intelligent human.

In 2017, Musk gave an even more alarming warning about technology.

Statements follow CNBC story interviewed by AI researchers who judge Musk’s comments on AI “inappropriate”

In February, the CEO spoke out against the firm by urging users to delete their accounts, describing the site as

In February, the CEO spoke out against the firm, urging users to delete their accounts, calling the site “lame.” He tweeted the hashtag #DeleteFacebook in response to British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, a Facebook voice critic

“AI is a fundamental risk to the existence of human civilization,” he said.

“I’m exposed to the most advanced AI, and I think people should really care. “

However, AI researchers do not appear to be on board the billionaire, calling his comments inappropriate and urging the public to “not take his opinions too seriously,” reported CNBC.

An AI official, who wished to remain anonymous, told CNBC: “He’s a sensationalist, he fluctuates enormously between worrying openly about the risk of falling technology and then hyper the AGI agenda (intelligence general artificial).

“Although his very real achievements are recognized, his cowardly remarks lead the general public to have an unrealistic understanding of the state of maturity of AI. “

Although Musk’s remarks are not favorable to the scientific community, he has put his words into practice by developing a brain chip that could put humans on the same level as AI.

Although Musk's remarks are not favorable to the scientific community, he put his words into action by developing a brain chip that could put humans on the same level as AI

Although Musk’s remarks are not favorable to the scientific community, he put his words into action by developing a brain chip that could put humans on the same level as AI

He recently spoke on Joe Rogan’s podcast of his company Neuralink, which is developing brain implants that could become a complete brain interface in just 25 years – enabling “symbiosis” between humans and AI.

This means that all neurons would be connected to an AI extension of yourself.

“You already have a computer extension of yourself and an online extension when someone dies, it’s like an online ghost,” said the tech mogul.

“It would be fair if more of you were in the cloud instead of your body.

A CALENDAR OF ELON MUSK’S COMMENTS ON AI

Musk is a longtime, vocal vocal condemnator of AI technology and the precautions humans should take

Musk is a longtime, vocal vocal condemnator of AI technology and the precautions humans should take

Elon Musk is one of the most prominent names and faces in technology development.

The billionaire entrepreneur heads SpaceX, Tesla and Boring.

But while he is at the forefront of creating artificial intelligence technologies, he is also very aware of its dangers.

Here is a complete timeline of all of Musk’s premonitions, thoughts and warnings about AI, so far.

August 2014 – “We have to be extremely careful with AI. Potentially more dangerous than nuclear weapons.

October 2014 – “I think we have to be very careful with artificial intelligence. If I were to guess what is our greatest existential threat, that’s probably it. So we have to be very careful with artificial intelligence. “

October 2014 – “With artificial intelligence, we invoke the demon. “

June 2016 – “The benign situation with ultra-intelligent AI is that we would be so far in intelligence that we would be like a pet or a domestic cat. “

July 2017 – “I think AI is something risky at the level of civilization, not just at the level of individual risk, and that’s why it really requires a lot of security research. “

July 2017 – “I’m exposed to the most advanced AI and I think people should really care about it. “

July 2017 – “I keep sounding the alarm but until people see robots coming down from the streets killing people, they don’t know how to react because it seems so ethereal.”

August 2017 – “If you’re not concerned about AI security, you should be. Really more risk than North Korea. “

November 2017 – “There is perhaps 5 to 10% chance of success [of making AI safe]. ‘

March 2018 – “AI is much more dangerous than nuclear weapons. So why don’t we have any regulatory oversight?

April 2018 – “[AI is] a very important subject. It will affect our lives in a way that we cannot even imagine right now.

April 2018 – “[We could create] an immortal dictator from which we could never escape.

November 2018 – “Maybe the AI ​​will follow me, laugh like a demon and say who the animal is now. “

September 2019 – “If advanced AI (beyond basic robots) hasn’t been used to manipulate social media, it won’t be long. “

February 2020 – “At Tesla, using AI to solve autonomous driving isn’t just the icing on the cake, it’s the cake. “

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