AI Showdown: Musk's Grok-1 vs. OpenAI's ChatGPT-4 Turbo
The community is reminded in a recent X post by the official Bad Idea AI (BAD) account of the recent releases of two AI-centric competing products: Elon Musk’s Grok-1 model and Open AI’s ChatGPT-4 Turbo for developers.
Elon Musk assisted in the funding of Open AI eight years ago, and the BAD team intends to compare his product to that of Open AI to expand their machine learning database.
Bad Idea AI is a partner of the Shiba Inu team and has recently collaborated on multiple products with the team of Shytoshi Kusama. Recently, one of them was introduced through the “Shibarium Tech” channel.
Elon Musk made an undisclosed financial contribution in the millions of USD in 2015 to establish Open AI, initially envisioned as a non-profit research organization.
Elon Musk, on the other hand, elected to depart after the non-commercial feature was eliminated after its acquisition by Microsoft.
OpenAI developed the ChatGPT AI product, which was only released to the public recently.
Elon Musk accused the developers of ChatGPT this winter of “waking it up”; the chatbot offers responses that avoid intentionally offending users when discussing sensitive subjects such as sex, religion, politics, and politics.
ChaGPT has undergone a number of iterations to date.
In response, Musk founded his own artificial intelligence company, xAI, this year. Grok, their inaugural AI chatbot, was made available to X platform users last week.
As soon as the Grok program was released, cryptocurrency developers launched tokens bearing names derived from Grok in an attempt to profit from Elon Musk’s most recent artificial intelligence product.
As previously reported, over four hundred unique Grok tokens were introduced over the weekend while their creators remained anonymous.