Musk and Zuckerberg have argued about artificial intelligence
The founder of Facebook mark Zuckerberg responded to the statements of the head of SpaceX Elon musk about the threats posed to the development of artificial intelligence.
Industry giants did not come to a common opinion concerning those scenarios, which can lead to the widespread use of AI, writes The Next Web.
A few days ago at a meeting with the Association of American governors Elon Musk has described artificial intelligence as "the biggest risk to civilization." Moreover, the Isma urged the government to intervene and restrict research in the field of artificial intelligence.
According to the founder of SpaceX, work "can start a war," releasing fake news and press releases, laboring account email and manipulating various information.
In response, the head of Facebook mark Zuckerberg has described as "irresponsible" position Elon musk regarding the threats posed to humanity the development of artificial intelligence.
"I am an optimist. And I think that the skeptics who are trying to spin these scenarios of the end of the world... I just don't understand. It's really bad, and some sense I think it's pretty irresponsible," said mark in response to a request from a fan to comment on an interview with Elon musk.
"Whenever I hear people say that AI is going to hurt people in the future, I think Yes, you know, any technology can be used for good and bad purposes, and you must be careful when creating it," added Zuckerberg.
Controversy and Zuckerberg and the Mask continued in the microblogging last. The founder of SpaceX said: "I discussed this issue with mark. His understanding of the subject is limited." Musk also wrote that discussed this question "in the new film". No hints as to what kind of film, the Mask did not.