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Elon Musk would create a competitor to ChatGPT

  • Elon Musk has declared that he will provide the source code for his Grok chatbot.
  • Musk’s action coincides with growing divergence among tech investors on AI technology.
  • Musk has declared that if OpenAI changed its name to ClosedAI, he would abandon his lawsuit.

As his conflict with OpenAI grows, Elon Musk has declared that he will provide the source code for his Grok chatbot, which is a competitor to ChatGPT. In an attempt to overtake OpenAI, which he assisted in creating in 2015, the multibillionaire released Grok last year.

A few years later, he quit OpenAI and sued the business for violating its initial non-profit goal of making AI research accessible to everyone.

Grok chatbot

Musk’s action coincides with growing divergence among tech investors on the direction AI should take and how to develop the technology. While OpenAI and Google advocate for a higher level of confidentiality to safeguard the technology from unscrupulous actors and generate revenue, companies such as Meta are in favor of an open-source system.

Musk has declared that if OpenAI changed its name to ClosedAI, he would abandon his lawsuit. According to OpenAI, Musk’s lawsuit and support for open-source development are the result of his bitterness against the corporation after he left.

Musk is one of the few investors in the world with the resources to take on Google, OpenAI, or Meta in the AI space, but developing an AI model at the same scale requires a significant investment in infrastructure, processing capacity, and knowledge.

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