Elon Musk Begins AI Drive To Mark Zuckerbergs House In Search Of “Fight”

Elon Musk has made an attempt to dismiss concerns of “doxxing” after live-streaming part of a drive to Mark Zuckerberg’s residence on X (formerly Twitter), with the intention of showcasing Tesla’s latest self-driving AI upgrades.

In a 45-minute live broadcast hosted by Elon Musk, the former CEO of Twitter, he presented a demonstration of Tesla’s newest Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta software.

During this live broadcast, Musk violated Tesla’s internal guidelines on active driver supervision by streaming from the driver’s seat and engaging with viewers. He also had to intervene with the AI system at a traffic light and seemingly disclosed Mark Zuckerberg’s location.

The purpose of the stream was to exhibit Tesla’s v12 FSD, which is not yet accessible to the public. However, midway through the broadcast, Musk decided to drive to Mark Zuckerberg’s house.

Around the 25:30-minute mark in the stream, as initially highlighted by The Verge, Musk discussed returning to Tesla’s headquarters. Nonetheless, a passenger in the vehicle proposed the idea of dropping by Mark Zuckerberg’s residence to inquire about a previously publicized dispute.

This “fight,” which gained attention, involved Musk challenging Zuckerberg to an actual MMA match. Although Zuckerberg agreed, he later mentioned that the fight fell through due to Musk’s failure to confirm a date for the bout, among other complications.

Musk then proceeded to look up the location of Zuckerberg’s residence, which became visible to viewers on the car’s monitor.

“We can knock on the door or whatever… We’ll say hi, we’ll be friendly. It’s just a blank inquiry as to whether he would like to engage in hand-to-hand combat,” Musk mentioned during the stream.

“We’re at least going to where Google says Zuckerberg lives. I don’t think this really can be considered doxxing if we just Googled his house,” Musk commented about his streamed journey to Zuckerberg’s residence.

The address Musk was directed to was Zuckerberg’s home in Palo Alto. Eventually, Musk arrived at the Palo Alto address but opted not to approach the residence and instead returned to Tesla’s headquarters.

Musk had already indicated in the past that he intended to carry out this live stream, with plans to showcase Tesla’s new FSD technology while driving to Zuckerberg’s house.

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