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Musk: xAI company will use tweets to train its own AI models


Musk : xAI

company will use tweets to train its own AI models

American businessman Elon Musk said his company xAI would use posts on his social network "Twitter" to train its own artificial intelligence models.

Musk added during a live broadcast on his Twitter page on Friday: "I think we will use public public tweets, without touching anything special, to train, as others do."

Musk accused some other companies of "illegal use" of social network publications to train AI models, but did not explain exactly which companies were talking about.

Musk noted that the new company (xAI)

would strive to create an "artificial intelligence with great curiosity

a love of knowledge and truth-seeking"

which :

  1. in his view, was the "safest approach."
  2. At the same time
  3. Musk spoke in a negative way about

AI models that provide "politically and misleading" results.

"I think the main goal of xAI is to create a good AI whose goal is to understand the universe," he said. In the meantime, he stressed that he was in favour of disciplining and regulating artificial intelligence.

Musk noted that XAI will cooperate closely

with Tesla, an electric car company he also owns.

Elon Musk :

expects first electronic chip transplant in human brain this year

US billionaire Elon Musk said he expected his company, Neuralink, which specializes in the production of electronic chips, to conduct its first human brain chip transplant this year.

Speaking at the Vivatek Technology Conference in Paris on Friday

Musk stated that the company


  • which he co-founded
  • intends to implant the chip in the brain of
  • a patient with paraplegia or complete paralysis.

Musk did not specify how many patients

his company would plant chips or how long

but Musk, who serves as Tesla's chief executive for electric vehicles, social media platform Twitter and SpaceX for space missiles, said "it looks like the first case will be later this year."

Last month :

Neuralink said it had obtained approval from the U.S.

Food and Drug Administration to conduct its first human clinical trial, a milestone for the startup at a time when it faces investigations in the United States into how it conducted animal experiments.

In an earlier statement to Reuters :

the department acknowledged that it had allowed Neuralink to conduct experiments for chip implants in the brain and to use a surgery robot in experiments, but declined to provide further details.

Elon Musk :

announces the creation of a new company

On Wednesday, US businessman Elon Musk announced the launch of a new AI company named "xAI" to "understand the true nature of the universe."

Musk, with his team

will share more information on Twitter Space on Friday about the new company.

The company's statement also indicated that

xAI team members trained and worked for companies including DeepMind

OpenAI :

Google Research, Microsoft Research and Tesla.

He added that members of

the "xAI" team had worked on projects including

"DeepMind's AlphaCode", "OpenAI's GPT-3.5" and "GPT-4 chatbots".