Musk said publicly that the future development of AI is potentially dangerous to human beings, and has always been cautious, even calling for a moratorium on development for a period of time. But within the group, Musk has taken a completely different attitude. Instead of stopping development, he has stepped up the AI research and development process.
Recently, at the Open conference forum, Musk publicly stated that there is a need for a strong "third horse" to compete with Google and Microsoft, the two leading technology companies in the field of artificial intelligence (AI).
Musk didn't say much about that,"I don't want to prematurely announce it here, but OpenAI seems to have a pretty good relationship with Microsoft. X. ai, Twitter and Tesla could have similar partnerships."
Mr Musk's comments amounted to a hint at the possibility of merging parts of his empire into his ambitious vision for AI.
Indeed, Musk has a complicated relationship with AI. He is a big fan of the technology, having used AI in Tesla's driver assistance system early on, and was involved in an early investment in OpenAI.
However, Musk is also wary of AI. After the rise of generative AI, he led an open letter calling for AI regulation. He believes ChatGPT and other chatbots developed by big tech companies are politically biased, and wants to create a more neutral and truth-seeking AI model.
In March this year,Musk founded an AI startup called X.AI, of which he remains the sole director.
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