“I don’t mean to suggest chaos, but rather that you’re not under anyone’s thumb.”
Tesla CEO Elon Musk isn’t one to follow rules, particularly when he thinks they’re bogus.
The billionaire likes to envision a world, or perhaps a much smaller society on Mars, in which everybody can do as they please without a greater hierarchy of power.
“If there’s a utopia where people have access to any goods or services that they want, there’s plenty for everyone,” Musk told Time magazine after being named the Person of the Year today. “If we have a highly automated future with the robots that can do anything, then any work you do will be because you want to do it, not because you have to do it.”