Life and Death — The future of AI
Chris Herd
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Driverless Cars Are the Stepford Wives of the Automobile Industry

So, you write about rebellious disruptive ideas? I’ll see your chicanery and match you with Strong AI. Along the way, O Hitchhiker Guided to the Universe, be glad that you are not in the shoes of wunderkind Elon Musk. That poor fellow is in deep doo-doo public-relations wise because his self-driving Tesla car had a fatality on or around 8 May 2016 and Elon Musk did not publicly acknowledge the death of the Tesla enthusiast until near the end of June 2016 when the U.S. government was making the crash public whether Tesla Motors wanted to keep it under wraps or not. Then recently another Tesla fatality was reported in the former Soviet Union. The SpaceX rocket blew up on its launching pad, and Elon Musk has had to resort to Twitter to seek help in identifying the cause of the SpaceX exlposion. Oh, by the 
way, fellow disruptor, somebody made a fake Twitter account in my Mentifex name with a stolen photo of me that says “Arthur is a liar” when she wrote it on a bench and made me sit for a photo. Anyway, the times they are a-changing, and you have hit one of the nails on the proverbial head with this article.