The billionaire assured that he is not happy with those who pour hatred on X
Elon Musk, the eccentric billionaire at the helm of companies like SpaceX, Tesla and Twitter, is known for both his business successes and his constant outbursts. A few hours ago we learned that the United States forced him ex officio to negotiate with the fired Twitter employees, a situation to which we must add the recent controversy in which he was involved after it was leaked that he had given him all powers to external personnel of the company. But if there’s one factor that has shaped Musk’s course in recent months, it’s his defense of free expression.
For Musk, this condition is so important that it caused several controversies as CEO of Twitter. However, the South African remained steadfast and defended the right of users to express their opinions at any time, as he himself emphasized: Don’t commit hate crimes. And that was essentially the central theme of a recent conversation he had Benjamin Netanyahum the Israeli Prime Minister, who took the opportunity to speak with Musk praise his resistance to anti-Semitism.
Israel is trying to convince Elon Musk to invest in its technology
As the Ars Technica portal reports, Musk and Netanyahu recently met in a conversation that was broadcast live on X more than 735,000 people Both spoke about aspects that are so important today such as artificial intelligence, technological investments and hate on social networks. And as for the latter, Netanyahu assured that he would “engagement“ that Musk upholds freedom of expression and at the same time his opposition to anti-Semitism and “all collective hatred against people”.
Musk, for his part, thanked the Israeli prime minister for his words, noting that he is “rather opposed to attacking any group,” but pointed out that defending freedom of speech means that “sometimes someone you don’t like says something.” . you don’t like it.” He then reiterated his opposition to anyone who “promote hatred and conflict“, a situation that preceded his analysis of artificial intelligence: “It is perhaps the greatest threat to civilization“ In this regard, Netanyahu assured that it has both good and bad sides, after which he explained that Israel will try to become a technological leader and that if Musk is interested, he can invest in improving this factor.