WATCH: Elon Musk Calls For Contingency Plan In Case AI Gets Out Of Hand On Tucker Carlson

On Tuesday evening, Tucker Carlson once again hosted Twitter CEO and billionaire Elon Musk for the continuation of his interview from Monday. The previous evening, Musk focused on the role of AI in society, the acquisition of Twitter, and how intelligence services influenced the social media giant.

In the second part of the interview, Musk continued to focus on how to counter a super-intelligent AI.

Musk said that heavy-duty intelligence will be put into a limited number of server centers where there are thousands of computers working together to develop AI.

The billionaire said that there should be a contingency plan to shut down the power of these server centers in case AI were to get out of hand.

He went on to explain that the threshold for the government to do such a thing was if humanity lost control of the AI such as the loss of administrator passwords or other potential scenarios.

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Musk went on to explain that he has had conversations with the OpenAI team to discuss the increasingly innovative technology.

He went on to add that humanity should be put first in the development of AI and that there is “no need to rush” the development of this technology given its potential dangers.

Musk said that Americans could begin to see AI impact their lives more heavily this year with GPT-4 saying, “It is past the point that most humans can [write].”

When asked what the impact of AI will be on democracy, Musk said that he thinks that the technology could be used to influence elections.

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