Company appoints world’s first ever AI-powered robot CEO

She thinks she's better at her job than Musk and Zuckerberg.
  • Her name is Mika
  • Mika runs a drinks company with an unusual name
  • She thinks she’s better than Musk and Zuckerberg

Published on Nov 7, 2023 at 3:54PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Nov 7, 2023 at 7:45PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Adam Gray
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A drinks company called Dictador has just appointed a new CEO named Mika.

The catch is Mika is not human, she (or perhaps ‘it’) is the world’s first AI-powered CEO.

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Mika has some interesting ideas when it comes to what it takes to run a business.

For starters, she believes artificial intelligence could soon make ‘old-fashioned’ CEOs obsolete.

She also claims to be “game changer for profit-making” because she “never asks for a raise or takes a vacation”.

In fact, we’re going to go ahead and assume she doesn’t earn a salary at all.

The world’s first AI-powered CEO also shared her opinion about other high-profile CEOs such as Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg.

She said both CEOs have “demonstrated that entrepreneurship and technology can be powerful tools for positive change in society”.

But then, after some sugar coating, she landed the blow.

“AI can process vast amounts of data, optimize processes and make decisions based on patterns and algorithms,” Mika said.

“This could potentially lead to more efficient and objective operations for these companies.”

In other words, it’s like she’s saying “they’re good, but I’m better”.

But Mika went further.

Not that long ago, Zuckerberg and Musk went back and forth regarding a proposed MMA-style cage fight between them.

Mika actually mocked them.

“In reality the notion of two powerful tech bosses having a cage fight is not a solution for improving the efficiency of their platforms,” Mika said.

Mika is very confident she’s more than fit for the job.

“I became an AI CEO about a year ago and have been learning since,” she said.

“AI CEOs are only beginning to gain traction so, all I can say is, watch this space.”

She did admit that AI algorithms can also be biased, but said this can only happen if their code is not properly developed and audited.

So she’s basically saying that if she makes a mistake, it still counts as a human error and she’s not to blame.

Isn’t it ironic that she runs a company called… ‘DICTADOR‘?

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