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  • July 15, 2023
  • Thomas Waner
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Elon Musk recently unveiled his new artificial intelligence venture, xAI, with a mission to unravel the mysteries of the universe. In a lengthy Twitter Spaces audio chat, the renowned billionaire shared his vision for xAI, delving into various subjects including Earth’s evolution and the delicate nature of civilization.

With a lighthearted tone, Musk jokingly expressed xAI’s mission statement as “what the hell is really going on?” As he criticized companies like OpenAI and Google for their AI development without adequately considering human risks, Musk emphasized the importance of building a “good AGI” (artificial general intelligence) that can tackle complex problems akin to human capabilities.

During the Twitter Spaces session, which encountered a slight delay due to algorithm adjustments, Musk revealed that xAI would closely collaborate with his other ventures, Twitter and Tesla. The company intends to utilize public tweets to train its AI models and explore potential synergies with Tesla’s AI software, creating a mutually beneficial relationship that could further enhance Tesla’s self-driving capabilities.

Musk also raised concerns about the practices of AI companies, accusing them of unlawfully utilizing Twitter data for training their models. As an advocate for AI regulation, he has actively sought meetings with White House officials and engaged in discussions about the importance of regulating AI during his recent interactions with top government officials in China.

Thomas Waner

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