Netanyahu And Musk, Live

Netanyahu and Musk, Live: "This is the greatest threat to humanity"

Prime Minister Netanyahu and the entrepreneur of the companies "Tesla" and "SpaceX" Elon Musk sat down for a special conversation live on the subject of AI

Netanyahu & Musk, Live (Photo: Avi Ohion, GPO.)

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and the founder of the revolutionary electric car company Tesla, and other pioneering companies met at the Tesla factories to talk about artificial intelligence.

The Prime Minister and his wife met Elon Musk at the Tesla facilities in Los Angeles, this after Musk met with a series of world leaders, including Turkish President Erdogan and the leaders of Saudi Arabia.

Musk gave Netanyahu and his wife a tour of the factory and sat down with them for a conversation, after which the two had a private conversation about a series of topics, the most prominent of which is artificial intelligence, a topic that the prime minister is aggressively promoting.

The Prime Minister and Musk are now having a live conversation on the Twitter network about artificial intelligence and its future consequences, watch:

Musk opened the conversation and explained his views on artificial intelligence: "Technology is improving at an ever-increasing speed, we want to make sure that technology is something that benefits humanity. We will talk deeply about artificial intelligence, which may be the greatest threat to humanity. I say may, when talking about a smart machine More than the most intelligent person, the question arises as to who is really in control."

Netanyahu replied to Musk with a reply from the Jewish sources and explained: "I am thinking about the choice faced by Moses, a choice between the blessing and the curse. You can choose the blessing - you can improve the care of children, the increase in agricultural productivity, the end of traffic jams. The end of the phenomenon of "scarcity".

During their conversation, Netanyahu and Musk also referred to allegations recently heard against Musk, in which Musk was accused of accepting antisemitism on the Twitter social network that he owns. Netanyahu pointed out to Musk: "You are against antisemitism. You tweeted about it and I hope you will find the place to stop not only antisemitism, but all manifestations of hatred For the groups, I know you are committed to it, it is not an easy task to balance freedom of expression with that." Musk replied to Netanyahu and stated firmly that he is: "against attacking any group, no matter who it is. I am for all humanity and that we understand the nature of the universe. We cannot do this if there is hatred and negativity. I am against antisemitism, I am against anything that is anti that encourages Argument and hatred. And I hope humanity will take us to a more positive place."


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