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Sep 3, 2023

Honor Magic V2 & Honor V Purse — The Future of Foldables?

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, mobile phones, sustainability, transportation

Don’t always follow what is popular, as what is good becomes popular, like the iPhone vs Nokia phones. How many people has Tiktok poached from Facebook? WeChat is inspiring Elon Musk. Yeah China has made fake stuff in the past, but this isn’t as well as China’s electric car market. I don’t discriminate, and I even want to buy my parents a Nigerian car that runs on LNG and CNG. Eric I hope if they make this concept, you buy Gen this Honor V Purse, or even buy both of you the Honor Magic V2.

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Sep 2, 2023

Elon Musk’s X tells users that it could use their posts to train AI models

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, policy, robotics/AI, transportation

X’s new privacy policy, which is due to come into effect on September 29, states that the company “may use the information we collect and publicly available information to help train our machine learning or artificial intelligence models for the purposes outlined in this policy.” This policy is not included in its previous terms, which are still posted online.

Musk responded to a post about this change on X, saying that it would only use publicly available information to train the AI and would not use “DMs or anything private.”

During a live audio session on X – formerly Twitter – in July, Elon Musk said that his AI startup, xAI, would use public data from his social media platform to train its AI models. Insider reached out to X for comment but didn’t immediately hear back. It is not clear how it will use the information from X and which AI models this relates to.

Sep 2, 2023

Predicting the SpaceX Starship Interior: A Glimpse into the Spaceship Interior of the Revolutionary Vessel

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, space travel

As humanity’s gaze turns towards the stars, one name stands at the forefront of the space exploration revolution: Elon Musk’s SpaceX. Among its many ambitious projects, the SpaceX Starship promises to reshape our understanding of interplanetary travel. This colossal 9-meter diameter rocket has captured our imagination with the grand vision of shuttling thousands of people on a six-month journey to Mars. But what lies within this futuristic vessel? What can we expect from the spaceship interior that aims to make long-duration space travel a reality?

Historically, our mental image of a spacecraft has often been based on cramped capsules, such as the iconic Apollo 11, Soyuz, or Dragon. These designs, while functional, have offered little in the way of comfort. Even modern incarnations like the Orion spacecraft still lack the headroom to stand upright inside the Command Module. With its larger size, the space shuttle hinted at more livable conditions, but it still fell short of providing ample space for extended journeys.

Enter the SpaceX Starship—a towering, 9-meter diameter rocket that evokes images of Flash Gordon’s futuristic transport. Elon Musk’s vision of a vessel capable of shuttling thousands to Mars within six months is a compelling proposition. However, spending half a year in the confined space of a metal box hurtling through an interplanetary void is daunting, even if the box is quite spacious. As we anticipate the Starship interior, our expectations are high, and speculation runs rampant about what life onboard might entail.

Sep 2, 2023

SpaceX Just 30 Launches Away From 2023 Goal As Musk Lauds Remarkable Milestone

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, internet, satellites

Elon Musk’s rocket manufacturing company SpaceX has completed 60 launches this year, much to the CEO’s excitement.

What Happened: SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket launched 22 Starlink satellites to low-Earth orbit from Florida on Thursday at about 10:21 p.m. ET, marking the company’s 60th launch this year.

“Congrats to the SpaceX team on launch 60 of 2023!” Musk wrote.

Sep 1, 2023

Elon Musk’s X now wants your biometric data, as well as your job and education history, for ‘safety, security, and identification purposes’

Posted by in categories: education, Elon Musk, privacy, robotics/AI, security

The company said it may also use user data to train A.I. models.

Aug 31, 2023

Grimes Says She Asked Elon Musk Why He’s So Obsessed With Trans People

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, media & arts, robotics/AI

Electronic music artist, generative AI enthusiast and on-off Elon Musk partner Claire “Grimes” Boucher seems to want to build bridges between the tech billionaire and the trans community he’s alienated so relentlesslly.

In a wide-ranging new interview with Wired, Boucher mentioned that she’d had a “big, long conversation” with her kids’ dad about “the trans thing,” and came to a similar conclusion as she made when publicly replying to one of his transphobic tweets: that bigotry isn’t in his “heart.”

“I was like, ‘I want to dissect why you’re so stressed about this,’” the artist, who also goes by the letter c, told the magazine. “Getting to the heart of what Elon says helps me get to the heart of what other people’s issues are, because it’s this über guy situation.”

Aug 31, 2023

Elon Musk says video and voice calls are coming to X with a ‘unique’ experience

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, futurism

X, the social network formerly known as Twitter, is going to get voice and video call support in the future. That’s according to a post by current owner and former CEO Elon Musk, although the company is yet to formally announce the plans.

Aug 29, 2023

SpaceX performs successful engine test on Starship Booster 9

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, space travel

The latest static fire engine test is part of SpaceX’s final preparations for the second test flight of Starship.

SpaceX has successfully performed another static fire engine test on its Super Heavy prototype, Booster 9.

The company is preparing for the second flight test of the massive rocket and CEO Elon Musk recently stated it could happen “soon.”

Aug 27, 2023

Musk wants Cybertruck to be made with Lego-like precision

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, sustainability, transportation

The Tesla CEO keeps pushing his employees to achieve more, sometimes even the impossible.

Elon Musk allegedly asked Tesla employees to ensure that Cybertruck production achieves single-digit micron tolerance, much like Lego or even soda cans are made with. This instruction was sent to employees in an email, which was later leaked, Electrek.

The Cybertruck is Tesla’s most awaited electric vehicle, running several years behind schedule and expected to begin deliveries by the end of this quarter. The vehicle’s iconic shape piqued many potential buyers’ interest when unveiled in 2019.

Aug 25, 2023

Elon Musk Sounds Mad About the Cybertruck Looking Sloppy in Leaked Email

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Elon Musk reminded workers that defects on the Cybertruck “shows up like a sore thumb” and demanded tolerances in the “single digit microns.”

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