Multi-hyphenate tech’s Elon Musk is apparently trying to compete with OpenAI, the firm he co-founded and later abandoned, with his own outspoken anti-artificial intelligence, according to a scoop from The Information on Twitter. , Tesla and SpaceX CEOs have reached out to AI researchers about creating a competitor to ChatGPT.
Which publicly criticized chatbots built by the firm in 2018 over apparent ideological differences. The report names Igor Babushkin, a machine learning expert who until last week worked at Google DeepMind, confirming information that he will be leaving his former employer as the potential head of the proposed AI research firm.
He hasn’t signed a deal with Musk yet but is interested in working with him, while Musk has occasionally praised the power of his longtime AI group’s game-changing chatbot since its release last November. Yes, he has repeatedly taken to Twitter to trash it, specifically calling it “woke”.
The danger of training AI to stay awake is deadly. In other words, lies are deadly. Musk tweeted in December. He took those criticisms to the next level last week when he criticized OpenAI itself. I went.
That’s why I named it Open AI. Non-profit company that worked as a counterweight to Google but now it’s a closed source turned profit-maximizing company that is effectively controlled Musk claimed by Microsoft I didn’t want to at all.
We can’t speak to the veracity of Musk’s claim that he was the one who coined the name OpenAI. It’s not amiss to point out that the firm he co-founded in 2015 actually recently entered into a partnership with Microsoft. A multi-billion dollar deal appears to have resulted from the tech giant’s disastrous Bing AI chatbot.