Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, revealed the launch of a firm focused on artificial intelligence.
xAI is the name of the new business, which employs a number of engineers that had previously worked for OpenAI and Google.
Musk has previously stated that he thinks the field requires regulation and that AI development should cease.
He claimed that the purpose of the beginning was to “understand reality”.
It is unclear what the entity’s particular goals are, how much funding it has, or what kind of artificial intelligence it wishes to focus on.
The mission of xAI, according to the company’s website, is “to understand the true nature of the universe.”
The new business will have a Twitter space conversation on Friday that can provide further information about its goals.One of the original supporters of the employees who developed the well-known language model, which is frequently contentious and is now widely used to assist students with their assignments was Elon Musk.However, the billionaire’s relative who worked for the business was unhappy. He accused chatgpt of being liberally biased.
TruthGpt is what we need, Musk tweeted in February.
Additionally, it disagrees with the manner in which it has been carried out and its tight association with Microsoft.
In an interview with CNBC, Musk remarked, “It seems bizarre that something can be a non-profit open source and somehow change into a closed source for business.
A pause from the “Giant experiments of the AI” was sought in an open letter Mr. Musk signed in March. The letter has received roughly 33,000 signatories to date.
Musk stated that he had been concerned about the security of the AI for more than ten years in an interview with the BBC in April.
“I think a regulation body should be established to supervise the IA to ensure that there is no danger to the public,” he stated.
The data that artificial intelligence companies use to create chatbots, the software that learns how people interact, and scrapes the vast amounts of data from several sources to feed its knowledge and interaction styles, has also put Musk in conflict with these businesses.
The billionaire thinks that Twitter’s platform is being damaged by the abundance of data and that the company needs to be fairly paid.
Before making radical changes that caused many to leave the platform in protest, including the creator of shows like Gray’s Anatomy and Bridgerton, Shonda Rhimes, as well as the model Gigi Hadid and the comedian and comedian and comic actor Stephen Fry, Musk bought the microblogging platform in an agreement for a billion dollars.