explain the meta verse then.
When people with debilitating autism are given hundreds of billions of dollars they find ways to avoid interacting with other humans face to face.
When you fund a project like this with absolutely unlimited resources it becomes hyper inefficient.
Normally you do something like this with no budget. The shit you produce has to be good enough to get traction. Only until it gets some traction or shows promise do you get more funding or revenue. Your scope is narrow and limited so it's easier to produce a specific result.
Instead they instantly start with a massive bureaucracy, massive spending rate, too large a scope, too much to manage. They're starting with people who aren't incentivized to be successful because they're already rich senior employees. They won't be allowed to fail so there's no incentive to get shit done.
The do a lot of these types of things. They try to create new startup like businesses, and they always fail for these same reasons. This is why big tech companies mostly buy or copy other smaller tech companies.
One could say this is sort of the opposite of Elon's thinking. He wants to behave more like a startup with a smaller group of people, narrower scope, possibility of failure if you don't perform.