"Going Bad Is Not 0%": Elon Musk Speaks On AI As Company Appoints Robot As CEO

"Going Bad Is Not 0%": Elon Musk Speaks On AI As Company Appoints Robot As CEO

  • The first world humanoid Artificial Intelligence CEO robot to run a company has been unveiled
  • The robot called Mika is designed to make strategic decisions and will serve as the company's face
  • The appointment of Mika further gives credence to concerns recently raised by Elon Musk on AI

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Mika, a humanoid AI robot, has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of Dictador, a Colombian rum brand.

This is the first time a robot will sit on the company's board and make strategic decisions.

Elon Musk as AI robot becomes CEO
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What to know about robot CEO and job description

Mika was developed by Hanson Robotics and customized by Dictador to represent the company and its values.

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She can make data-driven decisions quickly and accurately and is trained to be unbiased and strategic. BusinessDay reports.

As a board member, Mika will lead Dictador's Arthouse Spirits DAO project and communications.

Mika will also be the official face of the company.

Elon Musk on AI

Mika's appointment as CEO again raises several questions about the future of corporate leadership and jobs.

At a meeting with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, CNN reports that Elon Musk declared artificial intelligence "one of the most disruptive forces in history.

Musk unpacked several predictions for AI, including a future where no jobs would be necessary, and AI companionship would be one of the highest forms of friendship.

His words:

“AI will be a force for good most likely. But the probability of it going bad is not zero percent.”
“A referee is a good thing. I agree with the vast majority of existing regulations. ”

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EU begins first step of TikTok and Youtube investigations

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that the EU had announced investigations into YouTube and TikTok to assess the platforms' efforts to protect the safety of minors.

The EU's executive arm said the investigations were to ensure the widely used video-sharing platforms were prioritising the mental and physical health of minors in compliance with the Digital Services Act.

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