Elon Musk’s ‘TruthGPT’ is coming, but will it be any different from other chatbots?

Elon Musk

Elon Musk has shared extra particulars about his rumoured and far anticipated ChatGPT rival, an AI platform he now says will probably be known as TruthGPT.

Musk’s platform is designed to tackle Microsoft’s Bing AI and Google’s Bard, and Musk’s announcement comes shortly after he signed an open letter urging AI labs like OpenAI, the developer of ChatGPT, to decelerate growth as a consequence of what he mentioned had been “profound dangers” to wider society posed by the more and more succesful AI engines.

In an April 17 interview with Tucker Carlson on Fox Information,, Musk defined that he’s “going to begin one thing which I name Reality GPT or a most truth-seeking AI that tries to know the character of the universe”. He added that TruthGPT “may be the very best path to security, within the sense that an AI that cares about understanding the universe, [is] unlikely to annihilate people as a result of we’re an attention-grabbing a part of the universe.”

We not too long ago wrote about Musk’s plans to develop a ChatGPT various following his big buy of GPUs, noting that regardless of Musk’s supposed anxieties about AIs that most people can entry, he deliberate to launch his personal.

Along with buying new {hardware}, Twitter has been hiring engineers to handle the venture. Musk has been brazenly looking for expertise within the AI business to try to compete with Open AI, and has recruited engineers from DeepMind, the AI analysis arm of Google’s mother or father firm Alphabet. It’s additionally emerged that the tech mogul has created an artificial intelligence company called X.AI, based in Nevada.

“It has the potential of civilizational destruction.”

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