' Don't be afraid of robots ' foreign news World News Introduction Date: 9.10.2017 Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple company, has come to support artificial intelligence. Wozniak, "I'm not afraid of robots. You should not be afraid, "said Stephen Hawking, who is seen as greatest astrophysicist alive, and American futurist entrepreneur Elon Musk to comply with dangers of robots To bees, Steve Wozniak, founders of Apple company, responded. Wozniak, founder of Apple, world's largest technology giant with iphones and its developed personal computers, "I'm not afraid of robots. You mustn't be afraid. In fact, you should contribute to development of artificial intelligence to help people, "he said. Reminding scientists that human brain has not yet figured out exactly how it works, Wozniak said, "I had same idea with Hawking and Musk a few years ago. But now, given physical realities, I believe that robots will not pose a threat to mankind, "he said. "The artificial intelligence sector is a slower sector than or computer and digital technology products," Wozniak said in a programme at Moscow State University. But one day, I think that robots will be among us to help, "he said. ' War out ' In his earlier statements, world-renowned British astrophysicist Stephen Hawking warned that artificial intelligence would leave human intelligence behind and said "artificial intelligence can completely destroy humanity". With innovative investments in space technology, electric cars and transportation technologies, Elon Musk is third of its ambition to develop artificial intelligence of humanity. He predicted it would lead to World War II.