Steve Wozniak attacks Elon Musk: "Tesla risks killing someone"

During This Morning on CNN, co-anchor Kaitlan Collins asked him if she had ever spoken to Tesla and Twitter CEO Elon Musk

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Steve Wozniak attacks Elon Musk: "Tesla risks killing someone"

The co-founder of Apple, Steve Wozniak, has sensationally attacked Elon Musk. During This Morning on CNN, co-anchor Kaitlan Collins asked him if she had ever spoken to Tesla and Twitter CEO Elon Musk. He said: "I've never met him, let alone spoken to him.

I admire some of the things he's done for the world, like the push for electric cars. But his true motivations … are being overshadowed by many things. In practice Elon got a lot of money from me for my car. I believed the things he said, that the car would be able to drive itself across the country by the end of 2016.

Oh! I had to shell out $15,000 to upgrade that model, but absolutely nothing has changed. So it was clear that it was never going to be able to fly itself all over the country, but here it comes up with a new model that has eight cameras and will cross the whole country within the end of 2017, but that wasn't true either.

Guys, do you want to do a study on what happens when AIs go crazy and risk killing someone? Well, buy a Tesla! "

Steve Wozniak attacks Elon Musk: "Tesla risks killing someone"

According to Wozniack, not only is it true that artificial intelligence is capable of killing us, but the best way to find out is to buy a car manufactured by Elon Musk's company.

For Wozniak, a Tesla is anything but safe. A long-time critic of the technology developed by Tesla, the co-founder of the Cupertino Apple has questioned its enthusiastic claims on several occasions. Just last year Wozniak had told of the problems he had with his Model S due to phantom braking, i.e.

the activation of automatic emergency braking without a justified reason which can be very dangerous. Purchased in 2013 on the advice of Musk himself who guaranteed that it would drive alone across the country by the end of 2016 I believed these things, but it is not even remotely close to reality, he concluded adding that the software may even be able to kill the driver of the car.

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