Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk also runs a nonprofit startup coined OpenAI

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk also runs a nonprofit startup coined OpenAI

So, we shouldn't worry so much about North Korea's threats, because according to Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, Artificial Intelligence (AI) will pose a much greater risk.

Although this isn't something we would normally cover at InsideEVs, AI is already making its way into vehicles, mainly for the purpose of autonomous driving. Additionally, Tesla CEO Elon Musk already made it clear that Tesla's biggest concern moving forward is a fleet wide hack of its Autopilot technology ... Watch out Rhode Island!

Hacking and the misuse of technology is becoming big business and it's not about to go away. In fact, hackers are getting more and more adept, and Tesla's vehicles have already been a target on multiple occasions. Technology criminals and the hacking community are growing exponentially, and with the ever-increasing rate of "intelligent" technology, it's becoming the place to be for the modern-day criminal. Musk recently Tweeted his concerns following OpenAI's defeat of some of the world's best gamers:

Musk has pushed for AI regulation before, and now he's even more aggressive about it. This is telling since his company may be limited as a direct result of firmer government intervention. It seems that some other rival AI outfits are opposed to having stricter guidelines for AI. However, unless regulations begin on a global level, there may be no way to stop what lies ahead. Musk previously asserted:

“by the time we are reactive in AI regulation, it’s too late.”

Source: The Hill