Tesla Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk’s fight with the county’s authorities over the reopening of Tesla’s California auto plant was posted into the Twitter stream of President Donald Trump this morning.
- Musk was fighting Alameda County health officials regarding the conditions in the Fremont factory’s opening after an official shutdown because of the coronavirus outbreak. On Monday morning, Musk declared that the factory would be “on the line” at the Fremont factory and urged authorities to take him into custody.
- The Washington Post reports Musk’s protest has been a “symbol of the reopening movement” within the tech sector, and Trump increased attention to the matter. “California should allow Tesla and @elonmusk to start the plant now. It’s easy and Safe, the president tweeted. Trump tweeted. Musk tweeted, thanking Trump.
- State law allows for fines of up to $1,000 per day or up to one year in prison when operating in contravention of health directives. However, if state officials have been working quietly with Tesla to develop a new plan, this may be nothing more than a tense situation for a Twitterbot.
It isn’t easy to find a brand-new vehicle that doesn’t come with some kind of technology within, and the technologies are getting more advanced. It’s no longer solely about GPS systems with built-in GPS. From collision-prevention technology to autonomous automobiles, the automotive industry increasingly relies on various technologies, such as cloud computing. Automotive Cloud as well as Future of Mobility. Future of Mobility will discuss current developments and future perspectives in this field with two panelists comprised of specialists on 6 June.
-The event will take place on the weekend. Since climate change affects all regions of the Earth, protecting the oceans is becoming increasingly crucial. The Seattle Aquarium will organize World Ocean Weekend on June 8-9. The event for families offers individuals of all ages the opportunity to discover ways they can play a role in maintaining healthy oceans. The event will offer various educational sessions and hands-on activities. These include divers’ shows and introductions to sea creatures that reside at the aquarium.
Here are some more Highlights from this year’s GeekWire Calendar:
- Pacific Commodore Expo: A 2-day celebration of Commodore computer systems in the Living Computers Museum and Labs in Seattle on June 8 and Sunday, June 9.
- E3 Expo The biggest game trade fair in the United States at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, Tuesday, June 11 through the 13th, June on Thursday.
- Fireside Chats with Hope Cochran: An overview of the latest trends in venture capital at K&L Gates in Seattle from 12 – 1 pm on Wednesday, 12 June.
- Reverse-Pitching for Corporate Innovations Event for entrepreneurs in the AR/VR field to interact with large-scale enterprises on Create 33 at Seattle from 10 am until 12 p.m. on Thursday, 13 June.
- Reducing the stigma of Mental Health in the Workplace This is a talk on how businesses can develop policies to create an inclusive environment during the General Assembly in Seattle, 6–8 pm on Thursday, 13 June.
- FREE RPG Day: An event to celebrate the role-playing game at the Mox Boarding House in Bellevue On June 15.
- Washington State Summer Con: A 2-day convention featuring comics and games and other pop culture-related media in the Washington State Fair Events Center in Puyallup.