An embarrassing incident was recorded this morning (Monday) during the meeting of the President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan with the CEO of Tesla and 'X' (Twitter) Elon Musk, who came to the meeting together with his young son X.
During the meeting, Musk's son received a An embarrassing incident was recorded this morning (Monday) during the meeting of the President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan with the CEO of Tesla and Twitter Elon Musk, who came to the meeting together with his young son X.
During the meeting, Musk's son received a soccer ball as a gift from Erdogan, and immediately after, the Turkish president asked the businessman: "Where is your wife?". The embarrassed Musk hastened to explain that he had separated from his partner: "She is in San Francisco. We are separated now, so I mainly take care of the child."
At the same time, the media in Turkey reported that Erdogan asked Musk in the meeting to establish a factory for the Tesla company in his country. It was also reported that Erdogan was interested in artificial intelligence ventures and said that he would work to promote the operation of SpaceX's "Starlink" internet network in the country.
Later today, Musk is expected to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is expected to arrive in California this evening at the start of his political visit to the US. After the meeting, the two are expected to have a joint conversation that will be broadcast live on Twitter.
Before his departure tonight, Netanyahu said that he "intends to meet there a man who is currently leading the most dramatic development in human technology in the new era, and perhaps in general, Elon Musk. I will discuss with him the subject of artificial intelligence, and I will also work for him to invest in Israel in the coming years. This man is largely level The way that will change the face of humanity and also change the face of the State of Israel - Israel should be a leader in the subject of artificial intelligence, and just as we made it a leading factor in the subject of cyber, so we will do in this field as well.'