Elon Musk warns about dangers of AI, Moto X4 leaks
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Elon Musk has issued a dire warning about the future of artificial intelligence tweeting that AI poses more risk than North Korea.
He said AI should be regulated, and those who can't see its potential problems, So convinced of their own intelligence, that can't imagine anyone doing what they can't.
Fresh leaks have given us a glimpse of Motorola's new Moto X4.
According to Android authority, the new phone, the first X series released since the 2015 Moto Xforce.
Will have dual cameras on the rear, 4K video capabilities, and a 5.2 inch full HD display.
And Bitcoin traded above $4,000 for the first time this weekend.
The cryptocurrency split in two at the start of August with the creation of Bitcoin Cash, leading many to question what would happen to market values.
But Bitcoin has been steadily climbing, a far cry from its early trading price of less than 10 cents.
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