Musk predicts a future where no one has to work

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Elon Musk has predicted that artificial intelligence (AI) will eventually mean that no one will have to work. He made the prediction in an interview with U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak at an AI summit in London.

Musk said that AI will become so advanced that it will be able to do all of the jobs that are currently done by humans. This will lead to a world where no one needs to work for a living.

Musk also warned that AI could pose a threat to humanity if it is not carefully controlled. He said that humanoid robots, which are becoming increasingly sophisticated, could be dangerous if they fall into the wrong hands.

Sunak and Musk also discussed the potential benefits of AI for education and learning. Musk said that AI could be used to create the “best and most patient tutor” for young people.

The two leaders also agreed that AI needs to be regulated to ensure that it is used safely and ethically. Sunak said that the U.K. government is working on a new AI strategy that will set out its vision for the future of the technology.

The sources for this piece include an article in BBC.

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