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Elon Musk today shared a tweet that says it won't take long for "advanced AI" to manipulate social media

Elon Musk has again issued a grim warning about his fears about the emergence of artificial intelligence.

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The CEO of Telsa today shared a tweet that says it won't be long before "advanced AI" manipulates social media.

Musk has suggested that sites keep a close eye on them to see if bone swarms are evolving faster, as this could be a dead giveaway of a robot takeover.

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Elon Musk today shared a tweet that says it won't take long for "advanced AI" to manipulate social media

Elon Musk today shared a tweet that says it won't take long for "advanced AI" to manipulate social media

"Anonymous bone swarms deserve further investigation. If they evolve quickly, something is going on & # 39 ;, the second tweet reads. Musk suggests that the bone armies could make bone accounts more convincing or effective

"Anonymous bone swarms deserve further investigation. If they evolve quickly, something is going on & # 39 ;, the second tweet reads. Musk suggests that the bone armies could make bone accounts more convincing or effective

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"Anonymous bone swarms deserve further investigation. If they evolve quickly, something is going on & # 39 ;, the second tweet reads. Musk suggests that the bone armies could make bone accounts more convincing or effective

Musk is an outspoken critic of the uncontrolled allowance of such technology, and calls it a & # 39; fundamental risk to the existence of a human civilization & # 39 ;.

In the past, the billionaire has predicted that "there might be a five to ten percent chance of success" to make AI safe.

Musk calls out bones for his last cry.

"If advanced AI (more than basic bots) has not been applied to manipulate social media, it will not be long before this is the case," he shared in the first tweet.

Musk is an outspoken critic of the uncontrolled allowance of such technology, and calls it a & # 39; fundamental risk to the existence of a human civilization & # 39 ;. In the past, the billionaire has predicted that "maybe there is a five to 10% chance of success" to make AI safe

Musk is an outspoken critic of the uncontrolled allowance of such technology, and calls it a & # 39; fundamental risk to the existence of a human civilization & # 39 ;. In the past, the billionaire has predicted that "maybe there is a five to 10% chance of success" to make AI safe

Musk is an outspoken critic of the uncontrolled allowance of such technology, and calls it a & # 39; fundamental risk to the existence of a human civilization & # 39 ;. In the past, the billionaire has predicted that "maybe there is a five to 10% chance of success" to make AI safe

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"Anonymous bone swarms deserve further investigation. If they evolve quickly, something is going on & # 39 ;, the second tweet reads.

Musk suggests that the bone armies could make bone accounts more convincing or effective.

Musk is not only worried about artificial intelligence, he is also worried about taking a robot.

In response to images from a six-foot back-flipping robot released in 2017, the CEO of Tesla spoke about the need to control the development of AI, or else it would be & # 39; sweet dreams & # 39; can be for humanity.

The billionaire is an outspoken critic of the uncontrolled allowance of such technology, and calls it a & # 39; fundamental risk to the existence of a human civilization & # 39 ;.

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Musk responded to a tweet sent by user Alex Medina, who does brand design for Vox Media.

He wrote the caption & # 39; we dead & # 39; in addition to images of the Boston Dynamic Atlas machine that performed the acrobatic performance.

Atlas is 6 feet 9 (two meters) long and weighs 167 pounds (76 kg), but can jump over obstacles, perform quick turns and even backwards somersaults.

Last year the humanoid bone became an object of ridicule after a number of accidents at a & # 39; robopolympic Games & # 39; from the US government saw if he was constantly falling and needed a tap to get back on his feet.

But & # 39;& # 39; the world's most dynamic Humanoid & # 39; came back in recent weeks with a blast after its makers gave the bot a revision to increase its stability.

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To stay upright, Atlas has a stereo image, range sensor and other sensors that allow it to manipulate objects in its environment and travel on rough terrain.

Musk responded to Mr. Medina's message by tweeting: & # 39; This is nothing.

& # 39; In a few years, that bone will move so fast that you need a flash to see it. Sweet dreams … & # 39;

He added later: & # 39; I have to regulate AI / robotics as we do food, drugs, planes and cars.

& # 39; Public risks & # 39; s require public oversight.

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& # 39; Getting rid of the FAA does not make flying safer. They are not for nothing. & # 39;

Elon Musk is very outspoken about his concerns about artificial intelligence, and the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX quantified his concerns last week.

Musk suggests that the bone armies could make bone accounts more convincing or effective. It is not only artificial intelligence that Musk is worried about, he is worried about taking a robot.

Musk suggests that the bone armies could make bone accounts more convincing or effective. It is not only artificial intelligence that Musk is worried about, he is worried about taking a robot.

Musk suggests that the bone armies could make bone accounts more convincing or effective. It is not only artificial intelligence that Musk is worried about, he is worried about taking a robot.

Musk responded to a tweet sent by user Alex Medina, who said & # 39; we are killing & # 39; when viewing images of the Boston Robotic & # 39; s Atlas machine that performed the acrobatic performance

Musk responded to a tweet sent by user Alex Medina, who said & # 39; we are killing & # 39; when viewing images of the Boston Robotic & # 39; s Atlas machine that performed the acrobatic performance

Musk responded to a tweet sent by user Alex Medina, who said & # 39; we are killing & # 39; when viewing images of the Boston Robotic & # 39; s Atlas machine that performed the acrobatic performance

Musk responded by writing on the social media site: & # 39; This is nothing. & # 39; In a few years, that bone will move so fast that you need a flash to see it. Sweet dreams ... & # 39;

Musk responded by writing on the social media site: & # 39; This is nothing. & # 39; In a few years, that bone will move so fast that you need a flash to see it. Sweet dreams ... & # 39;

Musk responded by writing on the social media site: & # 39; This is nothing. & # 39; In a few years, that bone will move so fast that you need a flash to see it. Sweet dreams … & # 39;

He added later: & # 39; I have to regulate AI / robotics as we do food, drugs, planes and cars. & # 39; Public risks & # 39; s require public oversight. Getting rid of the FAA would not make flying safer. & # 39; They are not for nothing & # 39;

He added later: & # 39; I have to regulate AI / robotics as we do food, drugs, planes and cars. & # 39; Public risks & # 39; s require public oversight. Getting rid of the FAA would not make flying safer. & # 39; They are not for nothing & # 39;

He added later: & # 39; I have to regulate AI / robotics as we do food, drugs, planes and cars. & # 39; Public risks & # 39; s require public oversight. Getting rid of the FAA would not make flying safer. & # 39; They are not for nothing & # 39;

MEET ATLAS, THE HUMANOID ROBOT THAT CAN DO BACKFLIPS

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With a length of 6 feet 9 (two meters) and a weight of 167 pounds (76 kg), Atlas is a robot that you really don't want to argue about.

Last year the Boston Dynamic humanoid bone became an object of ridicule after a number of accidents at a & # 39; robo-olympic government & # 39; saw if he was constantly falling and needed a tap to get up again.

But & # 39;& # 39; the world's most dynamic Humanoid & # 39; came back in recent weeks with a blast – and you really don't want to mess with it.

The makers have given the bot a revision and it is now so stable that it can even perform a perfect backflip.

& # 39; Atlas is the newest in a range of advanced humanoid robots that we are developing, Boston Robotics said.

With a length of 6 feet 9 (two meters) and a weight of 167 pounds (76 kg), Atlas is a robot that you really don't want to argue about. The makers have given the bot a revision, and it is now so stable that it can even perform a perfect backward somersault
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With a length of 6 feet 9 (two meters) and a weight of 167 pounds (76 kg), Atlas is a robot that you really don't want to argue about. The makers have given the bot a revision, and it is now so stable that it can even perform a perfect backward somersault

With a length of 6 feet 9 (two meters) and a weight of 167 pounds (76 kg), Atlas is a robot that you really don't want to argue about. The makers have given the bot a revision, and it is now so stable that it can even perform a perfect backward somersault

& # 39; Atlas maintains its balance when it is pushed or pushed and can stand up if it falls over. & # 39;

To stay upright, Atlas has a stereo image, range sensor and other sensors that allow Atlas to manipulate objects in its environment and travel on rough terrain.

According to Boston Dynamics, Atlas is a high-mobility humanoid robot designed to negotiate rough, off-road terrain.

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& # 39; Atlas can walk biped and release the upper limbs to lift, carry and manipulate the environment.

& # 39; In extremely challenging terrain, Atlas is strong and sufficiently coordinated to climb hands and feet and make its way through busy spaces. & # 39;

Another statement in the same year followed a warning he made in July 2017 that artificial intelligence regulation is needed because it is a & # 39; fundamental risk to the existence of human civilization & # 39; is.

The billionaire said that regulations will ensure that humanity is not outsmarted by computers, or & # 39; deep intelligence in the network & # 39 ;, that can start wars by manipulating information.

Governments need to better understand the rapid evolution of artificial intelligence technology to fully understand the risks, he said.

Elon Musk is very outspoken about his concern about artificial intelligence and killing robots, and the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX quantified his concerns last week. In a recent conversation, Musk claimed that efforts to make AI safe only have a five to 10 percent chance (stock image)

Elon Musk is very outspoken about his concern about artificial intelligence and killing robots, and the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX quantified his concerns last week. In a recent conversation, Musk claimed that efforts to make AI safe only have a five to 10 percent chance (stock image)

Elon Musk is very outspoken about his concern about artificial intelligence and killing robots, and the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX quantified his concerns last week. In a recent conversation, Musk claimed that efforts to make AI safe only have a five to 10 percent chance (stock image)

& # 39; Once there is consciousness, people will be extremely scared, as they should be … By the time we are reactive in AI regulation, it will be too late, & # 39; he added.

The billionaire made the comments during a question and answer session at the summer conference of the National Governors Association in Rhode Island.

& # 39; Normally the way regulations are drafted, when a lot of bad things happen, there is public protest, and after many years a regulatory agency has been established to regulate that industry, & # 39; said Musk.

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