The race to launch the most interactive and attention-grabbing AI chatbot is heating up by the day. Elon Musk’s new initiative for a brand new AI Analysis group has been mentioned in recent news from reputable sources. Given the success of OpenAI’s ChatGPT, every major tech company is either collaborating with it or developing a competitor.
The launch of ChatGPT in December 2022 amused the web community, with the number of customers increasing unimaginably. According to data from a website visitor analytics website, the portal has recorded 100 million customers in two months. The AI’s (Synthetic Intelligence) distinct responses and human-like tone probably received the most attention.
Tesla and ChatGPT
The relationship between Tesla CEO Elon Musk and the chatbot dates back to 2015. Musk was one of the OpenAI agency’s founding members but stepped down in 2018. As a scientific enthusiast and innovator, Musk frequently supports controversial new applied sciences.
However, Musk appears to be skeptical right from the start when it comes to AI chatbots. Musk responds to any new OpenAI announcement with a counter-remark and the most recent AGI revelation.
Elon Musk posted on Twitter:
“I’m experiencing some AI existential angst right now.”
According to sources, Musk is in talks to hire Igor Babuschkin, an ex-DeepMind AI unit member. A research group may be in the process of creating a “TruthGPT” to produce one.
The current chatbot has already generated a hypothesis by mentioning the need to be alive and human. Musk has previously compared artificial intelligence to nuclear weapons. Customers should now wait and see what this chatbot has in stock.