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Elon Musk: Human Civilization Is In Danger If There Are “Not Enough People”

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, stated that there are “not enough people,” which might put human civilization at risk.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

Musk urges other leaders and viewers to take into consideration the statistics, that if people do not give birth to more kids, civilization is going to ‘crumble’.

” I think one of the biggest risks to civilization is the low birth rate and the rapidly declining birth rate,” Musk, who is the father of 6 children, spoke at WSJ CEO Council.

He said that despite this, many people, even the intelligent ones, believe that this world has too many beings that cause the population to expand out of control. The CEO of SpaceX stated that it’s the polar opposite.

The statement emerged when Musk was replying to a query about how the Tesla Bot may be used to address labor difficulties.

Musk’s Tesla Bot is a projected “humanoid robot” that he claims will be constructed with Tesla’s self-driving automobile artificial intelligence.

Musk stated during a Tesla AI event in August that the Bot would be able to deadlift up to 150 pounds and travel at a speed of roughly 5 m.p.h.

The Tesla Bot might eventually be a “generalized substitute for human labor over time,” said Musk to the CEO Council.

Source: All About Circuits

Also, at WSJ CEO Council, the Tesla CEO addressed the topic of aging, stating that he doesn’t believe that human should “try to live for a super long time.”

Meanwhile, the worldwide birthrate has been consistently dropping since 1960, according to World Bank statistics.

Musk believes that it is significant for people to pass away because almost all the time people just die instead of changing their minds. He said “If they live forever, then we might become a very ossified society where new ideas cannot succeed.”

The richest man in the world said he is totally serious at aging. He stated that if we have individuals in extremely significant positions who must make judgments that are crucial to the country’s security, they must have adequate presence of mind and cognitive capacity to make those decisions correctly – because the entire country is relying on them.

Musk proposed on Twitter just the week before that people who are older than 70 should be prevented from political campaigns. And today he clarified this idea in a reply on Twitter.

H/T: businessinsider.com

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