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.
When Greg Brockman, the president and co-founder of ChatGPT maker OpenAI, was recently extolling the capabilities of artificial intelligence, he turned to "Game of Thrones."
Imagine, he said, if you could use AI to rewrite the ending of that not-so-popular finale. Maybe even put yourself into the show.
"That is what entertainment will look like," said Brockman.
U.S. conservation groups on May 1 announced they are suing the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for not doing enough to protect the environment from SpaceX's Starship program.
The move came after the world's most powerful rocket exploded on its first integrated test flight, just four minutes after launching from Boca Chica, Texas on April 20.
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.