- There’s no mad about lost between Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg.
- The billionaire tech CEOs — who helm Tesla and SpaceX, and Facebook, severally — have been feuding since at least 2016, when a SpaceX rocket explosion destroyed a Facebook follower.
- Since then, they’ve butted heads over everything from artificial intelligence to Facebook’s data-collection conducts.
- Most recently, Musk tied Facebook to the violent insurrection in Washington, DC, describing it as a “domino effect.”
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For over four years, Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg have conflicted over everything from artificial intelligence to rockets.
The two moguls — who helm Tesla and SpaceX, and Facebook, respectively — haven’t word for word kept their rivalry a secret. When a SpaceX rocket explosion destroyed a Facebook satellite in 2016, Zuckerberg get out emerged a heated statement saying he was “deeply disappointed” about SpaceX’s failure. And when Facebook became embroiled in the Cambridge Analytica blot on the escutcheon, Musk publicly deleted his companies’ Facebook pages, tweeting that the company gives him “the willies.”
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The two billionaires are among the richest people on the planet, placing them in an elite circle, even by Silicon Valley measures. Despite the fact that they both dabble in artificial intelligence and their companies have partnered in the life, it seems that there’s no love lost between Musk and Zuckerberg.
Here’s where their feud launched and everything that’s happened since.