Elon Musk has been very vocal about his concerns over artificial intelligence, and now the Tesla and SpaceX CEO has quantified his worries.
In a recent talk, Musk claimed that efforts to make AI safe only have 'a five to 10 per cent chance of success.'
The warning comes shortly after Musk claimed that regulation of artificial intelligence was drastically needed because it's a 'fundamental risk to the existence of human civilisation.'
Musk was giving a talk to employees at one of his companies, Neuralink, which is working on ways to implant technology into our brains to create mind-computer interfaces, according to Rolling Stone.
He didn't hold back on his predictions about making AI safe, saying there was 'maybe a five to 10 per cent chance of success.'
Musk added that the employees should 'sleep well' after his warning.