According to many sources, Elon Musk has lately met with a number of AI researchers about establishing a new AI research lab.
Elon Musk, Tesla’s CEO, is claimed to have reached out to a number of AI researchers in an effort to put together a team that will work on developing a ChatGPT competitor. According to sources, Musk aims to construct a research lab that will compete with Open AI, the startup behind ChatGPT.
Musk also invited “Igor Babuschkin,” an artificial intelligence researcher who had recently left Alphabet’s DeepMind, to join the group.
Musk, an OpenAI co-founder and philanthropist, no longer has a stake in the company, but the billionaire appears to be interested in artificial intelligence chatbots. The growing use and popularity of ChatGPT among people all over the world may be contributing to this urgency.
ChatGPT is a unique chatbot that can generate poems, essays, discussions, and even error-free code in a matter of seconds.
In 2015, Elon Musk and Sam Altman, a Silicon Valley investor, co-founded OpenAI. Elon left the board in 2018, but recently described ChatGPT as “scary good” in a statement.
Musk phoned Alphabet AI researcher Igor Babuschkin, and the two discussed the idea of forming a team of AI professionals to work on establishing a ChatGPT competitor, according to Babuschkin. Babuschkin stated that the plan is still in the early phases of preparation and that no formal singing has occurred between the two.