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Musk accused Microsoft of exclusive ownership of openai

via:cnBeta.COM     time:2020/9/27 10:07:44     readed:558

According to the foreign media MS power user, a few days ago, they reported on the groundbreaking autoregressive language model of gpt-3, which Microsoft exclusively authorized openai.Although Microsoft is very satisfied with the deal, OpenAI co-founder Elon Musk seems not satisfied.He tweeted that "exclusive licensing" seems to be "the opposite of openness," while "openai is basically captured by Microsoft."


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Of course, it's largely down to what exactly Microsoft's exclusive license is.

Microsoft made it clear in its press release that openai will still be able to sell access to gpt-3 through its API, which is Microsoft's intention and will continue to develop new models.

Openai tells the verge that the protocol will not affect the continued access to the gpt-3 model through openai's API, and existing and future users will continue to use its API to build applications.

What Microsoft gets is the ability to access the source code and modify it. Microsoft revealed to the verge that its exclusive license gives it access to the underlying code of gpt-3.

Of course, musk might have hoped that openai would open the gpt-3 code to everyone for free, but that's actually something openai never thought about. The company said that because the technology is too open, unmonitored access is not allowed. It is understood that openai will monitor the use of its API and cut off users who use it in unexpected and harmful ways.


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