Elon Musk wants to compete with OpenAI and Google with his TruthGPT

Artificial Intelligence has made a serious buzz lately, not just in the technology sector, but also with science and education. Imagine an AI bot that you can instruct to do some minor programming for you as well as create images, videos, presentations, web design, and essays for you – all of these are made possible thanks to the release of ChatGPT.

There are in fact many companies who are investing millions to even billions of dollars in the research and development of artificial intelligent chat bots that can assist you along with certain varying areas of expertise. Not to be left out, billionaire and Twitter owner Elon Musk has created his own artificial intelligence company in hopes of challenging both Microsoft and Google for AI supremacy.

The name of the artificial intelligence chatbot that the Tesla owner wants to create will be called “TruthGPT”. As for Musk, his AI serves as the third option that challenges Microsoft’s OpenAI’s ChatGPT and that of Google’s Anthropic-powered AI. The goal according to the SpaceX CEO is the “maximum truth-seeking AI that tries to understand the nature of the universe” and that “hopefully does more good than harm.”

Musk admitted that there will be some significant disadvantages for him since his AI company started later than his rivals.  Even so, there are speculations on how far along his plans already are, especially since rumors speculate that there are currently some ongoing unknown Twitter A.I. projects where top researchers have been hired. Who knows, maybe in a few months we will be able to get a glimpse of the AI the Twitter boss has in store for us.

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