aiming to challenge OpenAI's ChatGPT and address perceived biases and politically correct programming.

By Dipak Jaiswal

Elon Musk has launched an AI company called xAI

Elon Musk has launched an AI company called xAI

xAI has assembled a team of experienced AI researchers from companies like Microsoft, Google, and DeepMind.

The company plans to compete directly with OpenAI's ChatGPT, which has gained significant popularity since its launch.

Musk has criticized OpenAI for becoming a closed source profit-oriented company under Microsoft's control, contrary to its original open-source and non-profit mission.

xAI aims to develop an AI model called "TruthGPT" that seeks maximum truth and aligns with Musk's viewpoint, contrasting it with ChatGPT.

The launch of xAI has generated controversy, with experts questioning Musk's motives and the impact on the AI industry.

Marketers are advised to closely follow xAI's development, as Musk's entry into any sector often signals disruption.

xAI will collaborate closely with Twitter (X), Tesla, and other companies, and it recently announced an upcoming Twitter Spaces event to engage with users and discuss its projects and plans.