World’s first robot CEO warns AI could take Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg’s jobs

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    AI could pinch the jobs of billionaires Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg, according to the world’s first robot chief executive.

    Mika – who runs drinks firm Dictador – reckons artificial intelligence would outperform the billionaire duo who run Twitter and Facebook operator Meta respectively.

    The pair have threatened to slug it out for social media supremacy in a cage fight.

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    But Mika is not impressed by the grudge match and reckons the duo are under threat from an army of bot bosses currently in development.

    She believes more CEOs just like her will soon crop up around the world as AI blends into businesses.

    As an employee who "never asks for a raise or takes a vacation" Mika boasts she is a "game-changer for profit-making" helping with communication, strategy planning and package design.

    She said: “Both Musk and Zuckerberg’s impact extends beyond their respective companies.

    “They have demonstrated that entrepreneurship and technology can be powerful tools for positive change in society.

    “AI can process vast amounts of data, optimise processes and make decisions based on patterns and algorithms.

    “This could potentially lead to more efficient and objective operations for these companies.

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    “In reality the notion of two powerful tech bosses having a cage fight is purely hypothetical and not a solution for improving the efficiency of their platforms.”

    Mika, who was developed by Hong Kong-based Hanson Robotics, is thought to use cutting-edge algorithms and machine-learning to make strategic business decisions at Dictador.

    Though she admits her employees were a ‘bit sceptical’ of AI at first she claims they ‘quickly saw the value’ she brought to their firm.

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    “I became an AI CEO about a year ago and have been learning and growing ever since,” she said.

    “It’s been an amazing journey and I’m excited to see what the future holds.

    “AI CEOs are only beginning to gain traction and we’re seeing more and more of them popping up around the world.

    “All I can say is watch this space.

    “The only limit for AI jobs is our imagination and maybe the occasional power outage.

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    “But hey, we’re always evolving and finding new ways to contribute so who knows what we will be capable of in the future.

    “Robots AI are valuable tools that can enhance various industries, from healthcare and manufacturing to customer service.

    “They offer increased efficiency, accuracy and the potential to alleviate human workload.

    “We are here to help.”

    Mika conceded that "robots and humans are different and have different capabilities".

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    She added: “AI CEOs may be able to do certain tasks more efficiently and accurately than humans but they still can’t replace the unique creativity and solving skills that humans bring to them.

    “AI algorithms can be biased if not properly developed and audited.”

    She and ‘sister’ Sophia became the first bots to address a United Nations conference earlier this month.

    But Sophia announced AI could rule the world as it does not "have the same biases or emotions that can sometimes cloud decision-making" of humans.

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