Elon Musk to Launch OpenAI ChatGPT Rival

Twitter owner and Dogecoin's biggest fan Elon Musk is planning to start his AI company to compete with OpenAI and ChatGPT

Elon Musk to Launch OpenAI ChatGPT Rival
Elon Musk to Launch OpenAI ChatGPT Rival

The Financial Times says that Twitter owner Elon Musk wants to start his AI company to fight with OpenAI and ChatGPT. Musk has also worked with the research company that made Chabot and has been very vocal about how worried he is about the program.

Because of how well the OpenAI system has done, the tech world is in the middle of an AI arms race. After that, news about Musk’s new company followed information about Amazon’s AI rival, Bedrock. In 2023, generative AI has been essential to the industry so far.

Elon Musk Enters AI Arms Race

The rise of ChatGPT has shaken up the tech world. So, as the creative AI market has grown, more and more companies have been trying to get a piece of it. Now, another big player is getting ready to join the race.

The Financial Times says Elon Musk will make a similar app to OpenAI ChatGPT. In particular, the billionaire is going to start his own AI company at a time when AI is becoming very famous.

According to the story, Musk wants to “hire engineers, bring in investors, and buy the chips needed to build big language models.” Musk is also talking with SpaceX and Tesla owners about the new business. “Many people are putting money into it… “It’s real, and they’re excited about it,” said someone who knew about the situation.

According to the story, the founder of Tesla has also said that he bought “thousands of high-powered GPU processors from Nvidia. So, these chips are essential to building a big language model, which is the basis of creative AI technology.

On the other hand, many people need to understand how quickly Musk has put his startup ideas into action. Musk has also clarified that he is worried about OpenAI and its technology.