Earlier this year, Elon Musk launched his own artificial intelligence company in order to challenge OpenAI, the company that developed ChatGPT, whom Musk accuses of “standing up for itself”.

On Wednesday, xAI said the new company’s mission is to “understand the realities of the world.”

“What are the most important unanswered questions?” xAI is owned by Musk, he said on Twitter.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said in a tweet that his company will try to “get the truth”.

According to the company’s website, xAI employees include former employees of OpenAI, Google, Microsoft, Tesla, DeepMind and the University of Toronto. According to the company’s website, Dan Hendrycks, director of the Center for Artificial Intelligence Security on advises the company. Hendricks published an open letter earlier this year warning that artificial intelligence could pose risks to humans, and Musk expressed his concerns.

Musk founded OpenAI in 2015, but left the San Francisco-based startup in 2018 after he said it was related to Tesla’s work on artificial intelligence at the troubled electric car maker.

Musk targeted the “wake-up virus” community and has since accused the company’s controversial chatbot ChatGPT of being biased towards the left and ideological politics.
Musk, who has described himself as a free speech activist since he bought Twitter for $44 billion last October, has relaxed the rules and reverted to restrictions on right-wing funding in the past, which critics say has sparked hate and attacks on the platform. .

In April, Musk said he plans to create a competing chatbot called TruthGPT.

Musk said in an interview with former Fox News host Tucker Carlson that the new chatbot would be “the most accurate intelligence seeker trying to understand the nature of the world.”

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