Tech billionaire Elon Musk, in an unusual conversation with UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak during an AI summit, predicted that artificial intelligence would eventually render paid work obsolete. Musk, who has invested in AI firms and implemented the technology in his Tesla cars, also expressed concerns about humanoid robots. They discussed London’s prominence in the AI industry and its potential impact on education. Musk suggested the need for a “referee” to monitor future supercomputers. While highlighting the benefits of AI, including improved learning and companionship, they acknowledged the disruptive force it represents for traditional jobs. Despite a lack of new announcements on AI employment and regulation in the UK, both Musk and Sunak expressed their interest in shaping the AI future.