The world is changing rapidly, and the power of data is becoming increasingly evident. Some say that “Data is the new oil,” while others liken it to “Plutonium.” Whatever the comparison, it’s clear that data is a valuable resource that can be used to drive innovation and progress in various industries.
Similarly, artificial intelligence (AI) is being hailed as the new electricity, as it has the potential to transform the way we live and work. With the ability to automate processes and make predictions based on data analysis, AI is poised to revolutionize industries such as healthcare, finance, and transportation.
One company that is leading the charge in the field of transportation is Tesla, which is developing a robot on four wheels. With a workforce of over 110,000 employees as of the end of 2022, Tesla is a major player in the automotive industry. However, the company is also the third most heavily shorted stock in the market, according to S3.4 Oca 2023, with only Apple and Microsoft (MSFT) having more stock sold short.
The threat of climate change looms large, and experts predict that 2050 could be a “doomsday” if we don’t take action. To mitigate the effects of climate change, we need a 300 terawatt-hour battery for storage, which would enable solar energy to power our heating, transportation, and electricity needs for a day.
The abundance of energy that could result from free electricity is something to ponder. Imagine a world where energy is plentiful and accessible to everyone.
According to Elon Musk, 2023 will be the year when autonomous driving beats the average human driver. However, managing autonomous driving requires memory across time and space, which presents a significant challenge.
Currently, there are 100,000 people testing Tesla’s self-driving technology, which requires real-world intelligence and will likely become an industry bigger than the automobile industry itself. However, it’s important to note that AI must be regulated to ensure safety and ethical use.
Humanoid robots are on the horizon, and it’s predicted that they will cost less than a car. A prototype is expected to be ready by the end of 2022, ushering in an “age of abundance for everyone,” as Elon Musk calls it. Welcome to the digital superintelligence world.
Unfortunately, the data rate of the human mind, voice, and text is slow, with a capacity of only 39 bits per second. However, there is hope for AI and brain symbiosis, which is predicted to be a decade away, albeit with slow progress.
All the similar targets are meet by Tesla. It was the first ever Model T like startup in Automotive industry.
Neuralink company: (200 employees as of 2022)
Neuralink brain chip
SpaceX (12.000 employees as of end of 2022)
StarShip- immediate replay is the main aim. 100+ people to Mars. Methene and Oxygen propulsion all available on Mars. (there is water on Mars. you can get O2 from water) first human on mars by 2029. 1 ship per month. 10.000 ships required to send 1 million humans. It takes 2 years to arrive on Mars.
4.5 billion years took for todays consciousness. Should not we need a new plan B on Mars.
What would be the management of 1 million people on Mars. Maybe half a million Humans and half a million robots?
Woud Tesla or SpaceX become a platform? I do not know.
What is a platform? The most meaningful definition of a platform comes from none other than Bill Gates, the architect of one of the first true platform businesses. “A platform is when the economic value of everybody that uses it, exceeds the value of the company that creates it”