Musk has been at the forefront of the fight against artificial intelligence (AI) and his new company, Tesla, has been in the forefront in pushing for greater oversight and regulation of AI companies.

But in a new report by the Intelligence Technology Review (ITR), Musk argues that the federal government should look to create more experts in the field.

Musk says he wants to create a “sophisticated” government that would focus on intelligence, not just the intelligence agencies that run it.

That could mean creating a commission on AI that would work closely with the intelligence communities, which he says are often overwhelmed by the volume of requests they receive.

Musk argues the federal agencies are “overly focused on AI research,” adding that the government has been “mired in a never-ending race to the bottom.”

The report argues that it is necessary for the federal Government to establish a “high-quality, high-impact, and high-skill intelligence workforce,” and Musk says that the lack of that has led to an “overall lack of expertise in the fields of intelligence and national security.”

“In order to address this, we need to create high-quality professionals in all of the intelligence fields,” Musk said in a statement.

“In addition to the intelligence leadership needed to develop and maintain an adequate intelligence workforce, we also need a high-performance intelligence workforce to analyze and analyze complex, highly sensitive intelligence.

It is vital that we create an intelligence workforce that is both highly skilled and has the resources to perform these tasks,” he said. “

The United States has not had a large enough intelligence workforce in many decades.

It is vital that we create an intelligence workforce that is both highly skilled and has the resources to perform these tasks,” he said.

The report’s recommendations are a stark contrast to Musk’s previous comments.

In January, Musk said that he was “really not in favor” of the creation of an intelligence commission.

“We’re not going to be in the intelligence business, we’re not in the national security business,” he told Bloomberg News.

“I think we’re a little bit ahead of the curve here.”

The Intelligence Technology Policy Group, a think tank, says that Musk’s remarks were misleading.

“Mr. Musk’s statements were designed to undermine the importance of having an intelligence community that is capable of performing these tasks, not to address the very real challenges of a government that is not prepared to invest enough resources to properly investigate and assess all of these threats,” the group said in its report.

The ITR’s report recommends creating a task force on intelligence to help oversee AI.

It also suggests that the Government of Canada, which oversees the Intelligence Science and Technology Office, should create an advisory body to advise it on how to address these issues.

Musk also wants to set up an “intelligence community advisory board” to provide advice to the Government.

Musk was one of the first people to announce his plan to build an AI company in 2014.

His company, DeepMind, was the first to win a Google Brain competition and is now valued at over $20 billion.

Musk said he would use his wealth to fund research into the “next wave of technology,” which he said could include “smart robots, autonomous vehicles, self-driving cars, etc. He said that, if successful, he would create AI-powered cars for the masses.