June 6, 2023

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Elon Musk is developing his own artificial intelligence tool

Elon Musk announced Monday that he is building his own artificial intelligence tool, the “Truth GPT,” which will, in his words, “show the truth as much as possible” and compete with other unregulated programs.

In an interview with the American “Fox News” channel, Musk said, “I will introduce the Truth-GBT tool for artificial intelligence, which will bring out a huge amount of truth and try to understand the nature of the universe.”

The head of “Twitter”, “Tesla”, “SpaceX” and “Noralink” considers this platform to be “the best way” to ensure the safety of humans, because “an artificial intelligence tool aimed at understanding the universe should not exist. We are an important part of the universe and humans. Defeat.” “.

He explained that his tool would act like humans who are interested in “protecting the habitat” of chimpanzees, while also having the power to “hunt and kill these animals.”

Specialized media A few weeks ago, Musk is investing in the field of artificial intelligence, especially in March by establishing a new company specialized in this field called “X.AI”, which is based in Nevada.

In an article published by the “Financial Times” newspaper, the new company aims to compete with the emerging “Open AI” company that designed the “Chat GBT” chatbot, which creates artificial intelligence that can interact with humans and generate all kinds of text. As required.

The success of the project, which was launched at the end of last November, has prompted tech companies to offer this technology with advanced capabilities.

Musk co-founded OpenAI in 2015, before leaving the company in 2018.

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The billionaire confirmed on Monday that artificial intelligence technology “has the potential to destroy civilization”, calling for regulation of the sector.

At the end of last March, Musk and hundreds of academics, company leaders and figures signed a petition calling for a six-month halt to research aimed at finding artificial intelligence techniques stronger than ChatGBT.

According to the Financial Times, the entrepreneur recently hired Igor Babushkin and Manuel Gross, both of whom worked at DeepMind, an artificial intelligence company affiliated with Google-owned Alphabet.