Elon Musk Founds Own AI Business

Elon Musk has recently voiced his disapproval of artificial intelligence, but it appears that he has plans for an AI-related business. According to The Financial Times and The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), Elon Musk has founded a new artificial intelligence business called X.AI Corp.

Both sources have seen a state filing from last month that lists Musk as the only director and secretary of the new firm, which is registered in Nevada. Jared Birchall, the director of his family’s offices, is listed as the company’s secretary. The executive, who works for multiple different companies, is particularly fond of the letter “X” and even changed the name of Twitter, Inc. to X Corp.

Elon Musk has previous experience with AI businesses; he helped start OpenAI but left it over ten years ago. Musk advocated for limits on ChatGPT and signed an open letter calling for a six-month pause to the technology’s development as it rose to enormous popularity.

According to WSJ, Musk expressed reservations about “training AI to be woke” and thought ChatGPT had a political bias. He is allegedly interested in creating AI models that give truth-seeking priority.

Whether Musk plans to use X.AI Corp. to create a ChatGPT rival is presently unknown. However, certain details about his AI efforts have come to light.

He hired Igor Babuschkin and two other former DeepMind researchers in March to head the new endeavour. According to The Times, Musk is claimed to have purchased 10,000 GPUs to research AI at a Twitter data centre, and he is also looking for investors for his new business from Tesla and SpaceX.



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