Elon Musk Tweet Hints AI Could Be the First ‘Resident’ of Mars

By Sony T
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Elon Musk Tweet Hints AI Could Be the First 'Resident' of Mars 1

One of the largest Tech Billionaire and CEO of Tesla & SpaceX, Elon Musk wants to establish a base on the planet Mars, and he had indicated the first resident on the planet which could be with the help of Artificial Intelligence.

On the social media channel Twitter, Elon Musk tweeted what his thoughts were on the first Martian being an intelligent machine which is just rather than the human: so for that, he replied  “30%”.

How the Elon came up with this percentage remains a mystery still, moreover many of the people are wondering what exactly is this “Artificial Intelligence” resident could look like, according to the report which has been revealed.

“It’s possible that it could be a rover-like bot that explores the planet, or a stationary device that makes observations and conducts experiments without human assistance,” the Geek report added.

As of now, the manned Mars Mission is entirely hypothetical.

Some of the companies such as the scientific bodies and SpaceX across the globe have been working towards inventing some of the latest technologies which will allow the humans to venture beyond the Earth moon’s, but it could still take a decade or the moreover several decades before that is attempted.

Musk has also revealed earlier that the media in the month of November that there is a “7- % of change that he will go on Mars”, despite being a “good chance” of him not surviving either on the way or even after landing. It is only very likely that only a few of the people might be willing to join the Elon Musk in this journey, either just because of the cost or risk which is involved.

This year, one of the largest US space agency NASA has also firmed up its plans to return the human to the moon and use its lunar experience to prepare to send the astronauts to Mars in the year the 2030s.

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