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He stated: "We are building the first Mars, or interplanetary ship, and I think we'll be able to do short trips, short up and down flights, by first half of next year".
When someone asked Musk how regular folk can help his mission of getting to Mars, he said right now is all about general support and encouragement.
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The payload was Elon Musk's personal Tesla Roadster, which is now in orbit in outer space. "Well, Kanye West obviously". Coupled with his SpaceX venture aimed at sending people into outer space, Musk said he's preparing for the possibility that another Dark Ages will hit the Earth. The business magnate said he expects BFR to take short flights early next year, but only after conceding that his timelines haven't always been accurate, a reference to the delays plaguing new Tesla models.
When asked on a timeline on when this will all be possible, he said his time frames are usually perceived as "optimistic", but SpaceX is now building the first interplanetary ship and he expects "short up-and-down flights" as early as next year.
The South Africa-born business magnate also restated his fear of artificial intelligence.
"The only way I know how to express it - we cut a trailer", he added.
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"We have to figure out some way to ensure that the advent of digital superintelligence is one which is symbiotic with humanity", Musk continued.
"The thing about spaceflight is all of us working together... and we're trying to think of an image, something to sort of shock people into thinking about this again", Nolan said.
"Mark my words: AI is far more risky than nukes, by far, so why do we have no regulatory oversight, this is insane". And if he doesn't try and get us to Mars, who will?
Elon Musk is unquestionably the most interesting businessman in Silicon Valley - arguably the world - thanks to his nearly single-handed reignition of the space race.
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