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The technocrat observed that the Taliban leaders were not wearing masks when he shared a photo of them brandishing guns. Not even one of them.
Elon Musk, Tesla and SpaceX CEO, and serial-meme poster on Twitter poked fun at the most talked-about individuals —- the Taliban —- on Saturday morning.
The technocrat observed that the Taliban leaders were not wearing masks when he shared a photo of them brandishing guns. Not even one of them. Elon Musk also chimed in, wondering whether they had not heard about the Delta version, fueling the Covid epidemic's return throughout the world. The majority of pictures depicting the Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan lacked one thing: face coverings.
The airport has been in disarray since the takeover, while numerous photographs of the Taliban show them 'settling' into life in Kabul by eating ice cream, playing amusement park rides, and even having a tea party.
However, because Afghanistan and the Taliban are waging a physical war that has triggered a humanitarian catastrophe in which people are fleeing for their lives, the prospect of a pandemic may not be high on their priority list.
Meanwhile, Musk has not been the poster boy for caution during the epidemic. Musk accompanied his unmasked kid, X A-Xii, to 'Starbase' in Boca Chica in August of this year and even removed his mask for a photo.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has stated that the firm plans to develop a humanoid robot called Tesla Bot. The statement was made during AI Day, a series of tech seminars conducted in California by Tesla to recruit machine learning experts. Just as an actor clad in a bodysuit like the Tesla robot entered the stage, Musk said that the business is strong in sensors and batteries and that a prototype similar to this will most likely be available next year. While the actor was not an actual robot, he said that "the Tesla Bot will be real."