Westworld co-creator Jonathan Nolan took prewritten questions from the audience and asked Musk for his thoughts on a vast array of topics, covering everything from colonizing Mars to the benefits of a carbon tax and the future of artificial intelligence.
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It's important to make sure the dawn of AI is one that's symbiotic with humanity. "If the fourth launch had failed, we would have been dead", he said. "They certainly don't think it's possible, but if we do they'll up their game". He added, "Mark my words, AI is far more risky than nukes".
"There are a lot of bad things happening all over the world, all the time. There's lots of things that are miserable and kind of get you down", Musk said. He predicted the BFR would be ready to take to the skies next year, even if for only "short flights". Coupled with his SpaceX venture aimed at sending people into outer space, Musk said he's preparing for the possibility that another Dark Ages will hit the Earth.
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Bases on the moon and Mars could help preserve human civilization and hasten its regeneration on earth in the event of a third world war, billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk, said on Sunday.
"Last century we had two massive world wars, three if you count the Cold War, I think it's unlikely that we'll never have a world war again. this has been our pattern in the past".
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