Musk plans to launch ChatGPT rival

17/04/2023 | The Guardian

It should come as no surprise that Elon Musk is considerring launching a generative artificial intelligence (AI) rival to Open AI's ChatGPT. The billionaire has incorporated a company called X.AI, is hiring a team of researchers and engineers, and is holding discussions with investors. The news first reported in the Financial Times (£) comes less than a month since Musk signed an open letter calling for a pause in developing large AI systems. At the time, around 1000 AI experts and researchers signed the letter; since then, however, the number of signatories has grown to 26,223. Will that number be reduced by one if Musk rejoins the race to build generative AI systems?

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