Elon Musk

Twitter safety exec quits after video strife

A top Twitter executive responsible for safety and content moderation has left the company, her departure coming soon after owner Elon Musk publicly complained about the platform's handling of posts about transgender topics.

The departure pointed to a fresh wave of turmoil among key officials at Twitter since Musk took over last year.

Musk talks electric cars with Chinese minister

Elon Musk and China's industry minister discussed ways to develop new energy vehicles yesterday, a day after the Tesla CEO flew into Beijing and declared he wanted to expand his business in the world's second largest economy.

The mercurial billionaire, one of the world's richest men, is on his first trip to China in more than three years.

Artificial Intelligence could wipe out Humanity according to Experts

Top executives at artificial intelligence (AI) companies, including OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, joined experts and professors on Tuesday in arguing that "the risk of AI leading to the extinction of humanity" is rising. They urged policymakers to equate this with the risks posed by pandemics and the outbreak of nuclear war.

Goran Sadikarijo: Dressing up as Hitler Shouldn’t be ‘Funny’ in North Macedonia

However, a critique of Nazism was not present in the meme that the tech mogul Elon Musk shared on Twitter last year. Criticizing Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau' attitude towards truckers' protests against Covid vaccinations, Musk compared him to Hitler through a meme.

NASA picks Bezos’ Blue Origin to build lunar landers

Jeff Bezos' rocket company has won a NASA contract to land astronauts on the moon, two years after it lost out to SpaceX.

Blue Origin received a $3.4 billion contract to lead a team to develop a lunar lander named Blue Moon.
It will be used to transport astronauts to the lunar surface as early as 2029, following a pair of crew landings by Elon Musk's SpaceX.

Musk says will tweet regardless of business blowback

Elon Musk on May 16 said a new Twitter chief executive will let him devote more time to Tesla, but that he will continue to tweet his unfiltered thoughts even if it hurts his businesses.

"I don't care," the billionaire said during a CNBC interview when asked what he thought of his controversial tweets potentially hurting Tesla shares or making it harder to sell ads on Twitter.

Bulgaria: Elon Musk did not go to Belogradchik - The Locals are Disappointed

Elon Musk did not come to the Bulgarian town of Belogradchik, although he reserved a table for dinner at a restaurant there at the end of November 2022. We recall that the billionaire compared the Belogradchik rocks to a fantasy game after seeing a photo of the fortress. The locals then promised that they would welcome him with bread and songs.