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Elon Musk is not ready to move on from the highly anticipated (and much publicized) bout with Mark Zuckerberg. The Tesla boss even drove towards the Meta boss’s home recently, to challenge him for a practice bout. Musk was slammed for his shenanigans at Palo Alto. Earlier, Zuckeberg had excused himself, calling out Musk for not being really serious about the bout. However, Musk continued to slam Zuckerberg as a chicken with a travel itinerary. The duo, however, were in the same building during the recent AI conference held on Capitol Hill. Musk and Zuck were seated as far away as possible from each other. Following the conference, responding to a user on X/Twitter about the bout, Musk expressed how he is still raring to go. The billionaire wrote: ‘Anytime, anywhere.’

Anytime, anywhere

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) September 14, 2023

🚨The Face Mark Zuckerberg Made When He Saw Elon Musk Across The Room at The AI Summit in Washington Today🚨 (This Sounds Like A Joke But It’s Actually Real)

— Matt Wallace (@MattWallace888) September 14, 2023

During the AI regulatory conference, both Musk and Zuckeberg expressed their views on AI’s future. Speaking with reporters, Musk said that it is important to have a referee. Regulations will make the companies take actions with safety and the public interest as priorities, according to Musk. Meanwhile, Mark Zuckerberg remarked that Congress should engage with AI as it is an emerging technology and the government is ultimately responsible for it. Both Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg have significantly invested in artificial intelligence with their respective ventures, xAI and MetaAI.

The US Senate held its first AI forum on Wednesday, which saw a conversation around potential regulation alongside Big Tech CEOs Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, and Sam Altman.

Author @NinaDSchick provides key takeaways:

— Yahoo Finance (@YahooFinance) September 14, 2023

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