Ex-Facebook exec flees to remote wood hideout and warns society is nearing collapse
The rise of robots and artificial intelligence has sent a prominent ex-Facebook executive fleeing to the remote woods to hideout in the belief that society is nearing collapse.
- Antonio García Martinez says tech will cause mass chaos and armed conflict
- He's one of several Silicon Valley insiders who fled to remote areas to prepare
- 'I've seen what the world will look like in five to 10 years,' he said
'You may not believe it but it's coming, and it's coming in the form of a self-driving truck that's going to run you over,' he told the BBC in an upcoming two-part BBC documentary 'Secrets of Silicon Valley'.
The Secrets of Silicon Valley
From the documentary description:
Jamie's journey ends in the remote island hideout of a former Facebook executive who has armed himself with a gun because he fears this new industrial revolution could lead to social breakdown and the collapse of capitalism.