Discover the meteoric rise of Elon Musk, the man who is transforming the way we think about travel technology through electric cars, the Hyperloop, andrevolutionary ideas on how we live through artificial intelligence and colonizing Mars.
FEATURING INTERVIEWS WITH Musk’s personal friends and colleagues: Astronaut Per Wimmer, Julie Anderson- Ankenbrandt, former Vice President of PR at PayPal, who also worked with Musk at SpaceX, and Daniela Albers of Pretoria Boys High School, Elon Musk, Sir Cary Cooper, Professor of Psychology and President of British Academy of Management
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He is one of the most inspiring entrepreneurial stories ever, and it may change the way you see the world. Elon Musk, the man behind PayPal is taking on the giants of the auto, aerospace industries, oil corporations, energy utility companies and winning. Discover the meteoric rise of the man who revolutionized the Internet, jump-started the electric car industry with Tesla, created reusable space rockets with SpaceX and built the world’s largest solar energy plant. Learn about his upbringing and personal life as he transforms the way humanity travels via Hyperloop, and pursues far out ventures through AI. Musk also intends to colonize Mars and make commercial space travel a reality in our lifetime. Musk is t your average tech billionaire. By using his wealth to build companies that are working to change the world and turn science fiction dreams into reality - he has become one of the most intriguing entrepreneurs in business today. FEATURES EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS with Musk’s friends, colleagues and science teacher: Astronaut Per Wimmer, Julie Anderson-Ankenbrandt, former Vice President of PR at PayPal, who also worked with Musk at SpaceX, and Daniela Albers of Pretoria Boys High School. Also contains interviews with Elon Musk, Sir Cary Cooper, Professor of Psychology, Public speaker & Author, David Icke, plus leading Space, Science and Motoring Journalists, Professors of AI, Showbiz Journalists and the Senior Curator of The London Science Museum."