Elon Musk tells Rishi Sunak: AI will put an end to ‘work’

Here we are sharing a piece of big news with you, Tesla, Spece and X (formerly Twitter) Chief Elon Musk, during a conversation with UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak at an Al summit in London, created a prediction that artificial intelligence (AL) could render traditional paid work obsolete. Since the news has come on the internet and it has gone viral on the social media platforms. Now many people are very curious to know about the whole information about the news. Here we have more information about the news and we will share it with you in this article, so let’s continue the article.

Elon Musk Rishi Sunak

As per the report, the 50-minute interview protected diverse aspects of Al, including the potential for humanoid robots capable of changing “you anywhere”. Musk and Sunak acknowledged London’s prominence as a hub for the Al industry and were concerned about how Al could revolutionise education. But, despite their positiveness, worries about the risks posed by Al on employment and potential job losses have been particularly stark. Currently, this news has been gaining huge attention in the article as they want to know about the information about the news. Scroll down to the next page for more information about the article.

AI to alter jobs?

Musk reported that Al’s disruptive nature would affect traditional jobs s we know them. He also speculated that as Al continues to evolve, a shift in the jobs landscape could raise questions about how people discover meaning in life when work is no extended a need.” We have been seeing the most disruptive force in history here. There will come a point where no job is needed- you may have a job if you want one for personal satisfaction but Al will do everything. It’s both good and bad – one of the challenges in the future will be how we discover meaning in life. So please read the complete article.

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Al and Humanoid Robots

On Al, Musk was gung ho regarding the possibilities. Adding: ” One of my sons has trouble making buddies and an Al friend would be great for him,” He also reported that in the learning space, Al could be ” the best and most patient tutor’. But, Musk said concerns about the security of humanoid robots, emphasising their potential to pose risks. Sunak and Musk’s discussion did not culminate in any important fresh announcement about how the UK plans to employ and regulate Al, except for the prime minister’s mention of using Al to improve the government’s website. Here we have shared all the information which we had. Stay tuned to us for more updates.

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