Elon Musk: Humanity is a type of "biological boot loader" for IA

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JM: I absolutely agree that the population problem will face a great challenge. 1.4 billion people in China sound a lot, but I think that in the next 20 years we will see that this will bring big problems to China and that the population will decrease: the speed of the population will decrease. Now you've called it a collapse. I am of agreement.

EM: Accelerated collapse. And then the common refutation is how, as far as immigration is concerned? How, from where?

JM: Yes, you want to go to Mars …

EM: Mars needs people, you know, Mars, people, you know, there are no zero people right now. It is at this time is the car planet, there are only a few robots there.

JM: This is something we should pay particular attention to, which is why the 18 million new children born in China, which was less than 1% of something, should spend more time creating these people and treating life better. In our company, AI we call Alibaba intelligence because we think that when things are in order, with things with logic, machines can always do better, IA can do better. But if things are wise or logical, human beings can do better. For example, when you love someone, that's no reason. Normally, I love it or love it, I have no reason. But when I hate someone, when I want to do bad things about something, someone, it's a logic and when there's logic, IA can do better. We teach machines all the bad things that the bad guys want to do. Machines can quickly learn and stop all villains immediately. But when you want to do good things, not necessarily.

EM: AI means love.

JM: It is absolutely right. That's why the world: if IA can bring love, which I called in the past, if you have a successful person, you have to have EQ and IQ, right? In the future, if you want to survive in this world, you must be the Q – Q of love, this is also important. Otherwise it cannot survive in that deficiency. Talent is time.

EM: I am in agreement, love is the answer. There are many songs about it.

JM: So you want to talk about cars, life? Or do you want to talk about your cars, autonomy? What do you want to talk about?

EM: It looks like one of those steps in a video game where you have to choose a path. I chose life.

JM: Okay, life. So how long do you think people can live with the help of IA? Can artificial intelligence help with environmental sustainability?

EM: Well, I think first of all, I think humans will solve environmental sustainability, I don't mean to suggest complacency. Or that we simply take it easy. In reality, this is a self-fulfilling or unsatisfactory prophecy. We must undertake an immediate and dramatic action. And continue the momentum towards environmental sustainability. And China is actually the world leader in this. In fact, I'm not sure how well known it is outside of China, how China is a world leader in environmental sustainability. It is extremely impressive. I mean, I think half of all the electric cars in the world were produced in China last year, or something like that. So you know, so I don't mean to suggest complacency. But I think humans can and will solve sustainability.

If we can, if we can essentially do Neuralink, the age will not matter much. You can simply save your status and restore your status. Just like a saved game, in essence, something very close to this. I think we can solve biological aging, if we really wanted to, you should make changes to the DNA, but of course we're just on a clock, all the organisms are. I mean, you could get a fruit fly, for example. And you could do it daily yoga, follow a very healthy diet and still live for three weeks, maybe four weeks. So environmental factors are relatively minor to prolong life, you have to change DNA. So the question is, like, will people be fine in changing DNA? this is the problem of life extension, you know, and people are probably a little reluctant about it. But this is essentially the thing that must happen to prolong life. or you have to stop the DNA clock somehow. I don't know if we should work on this or not. I think, frankly, you know, it's probably a good thing that we will eventually die. You know, c & # 39; is a saying, as, in physics, as even physicists, who are generally quite objective, is like, c & # 39; is a saying that all physicists do not change their mind, they just die. So maybe, you know, it's nice to have this life cycle.

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