- In December, Elon Musk shut off OpenAI’s entry to Twitter’s knowledge, the New York Instances reported.
- Musk reportedly felt the AI firm was not paying sufficient for entry, per the publication.
In December, solely weeks after OpenAI launched ChatGPT, the corporate had its entry to Twitter’s knowledge shut down, per a report.
Two sources conversant in the matter informed The New York Instances that Twitter CEO and OpenAI cofounder, Elon Musk, was reportedly behind the choice. Musk felt that the roughly $2 million a 12 months OpenAI was paying to license the corporate’s knowledge was not sufficient,
The AI firm had been licensing Twitter’s knowledge to assist construct its AI chatbot, per the NYT.
Musk has been cautious of superior AI for a while and was turning into more and more important of OpenAI across the time of the choice.
Musk started criticizing the corporate’s viral chatbot in December, suggesting the tech suffered from bias points and that it was able to lying. Since then, Musk has accused OpenAI of being a “most revenue” firm and has signed an open letter that known as for a six-month pause on AI improvement.
Regardless of this hesitance across the know-how, Musk is embarking on his personal generative AI undertaking, per experiences. The corporate is reportedly known as X.AI.
Musk has mentioned he desires to create a chatbot much like OpenAI’s viral hit, doubtlessly known as “TruthGPT,” that might be a “most truth-seeking AI that tries to know the character of the universe.”
Musk has additionally been in talks with Jimmy Ba, a researcher and professor on the College of Toronto, concerning the new firm, The Instances reported, citing three individuals with information of the matter. Musk has additionally employed high researchers from Alphabet’s DeepMind to work at Twitter, per the publication.
Representatives for OpenAI and Elon Musk didn’t instantly reply to Insider’s request for remark, made exterior regular working hours.