Elon Musk: AI, not North Korea's Kim Jong-un, will start World War Three

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Elon Musk, taking a break from selling electric cars, warns of the dangers of AI integrated in weaponry
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Elon Musk, taking a break from selling electric cars, warns of the dangers of AI integrated in weaponry

Musk responds to Russian President Vladimir Putin's warning that the leader in AI would "become ruler of the world"

Tesla and SpaceX entrepreneur Elon Musk has warned, once again, of the dangers of 'weaponised' artificial intelligence (AI). That is to say, the integration of AI with drones, robots and other machines...

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