Elon Musk, the billionaire CEO of Tesla, has issued a statement that is a warning to the bipartisan gathering of the United States Governors. He urges the government to get a basic understanding of the impact and influence of Artificial Intelligence in the human society.

Elon Musk's concerns

Elon Musk states that Artificial Intelligence has a possibility of becoming a "fundamental risk to the Human Civilization." He further prods the government to regulate this seemingly unsuspecting technology.

On account of more specific guidance requested by Democrat and Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper and the Republican Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, Elon Musk said: "The first step for the government is to get a better understanding of the fast-moving achievements in the developing artificial intelligence technology."

Musk urges the Government and the authorities to understand this unsuspecting technology, capable imitating and replacing human decisions and actions.

He feels that it is necessary for the Government to understand this advanced technology better. He believes that regulating artificial intelligence technology will be good for the society and also wishes the public to be aware of the influence of artificial intelligence. He further stated that "once there is awareness, people will be extremely afraid, as they should be."

Crisis of Tesla cars by US governors

The Tesla CEO asked the US state Governors to regulate the dealership laws that is becoming a hindrance for selling his cars.

In the summer conference of National Governors Association held at Rhodes Island, Musk talked about the ecology impacting futuristic technologies like space travel, solar energy, self-driving cars, etc.

during a question-and-answer session.

Elon Musk also made time for a private meet and greeted with several US state Governors. This impressive foray of Governors included the Democrat Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards. Edwards recently signed a law that blocks the sales of Musk's cars.

Edwards mentioned that Tesla requested a one-on-one meet with their company's CEO.

He further said: "I just asked him to come down to Louisiana and sit down with us, sit down with the Louisiana Automobile Dealers Association and work out some compromise, which they have successfully done in other states."

Musk did not release any specific public statements regarding these state laws. However, he spoke about the regulations.