OpenAI’s reach excitement Discontinued after the release of ChatGPT in December 2022. The blocking occurred because the owner of the social network, Elon Musk, would find it too little to pay $2 million annually to license the company’s data.

The artificial intelligence (AI) company licensed data from the microblogging to create the chatbot. Musk, on the other hand, was skeptical of the robot and was already critical of the startup he helped found.

At the end of last year, South African billionaire claims ChatGPT can lie and is biased. He even accused OpenAI of pursuing maximum profits and then signed the letter asking for a six-month pause in AI development.

OpenAI's chatbot ChatGPT was made public in November last year.  The following month, OpenAI lost access to Twitter's data.

Curiously, all this while Elon Musk is working on his own prolific AI project, which should be called TruthGPT. The CEO of Twitter, Tesla, SpaceX and other tech companies wants something as successful as ChatGPT.

Musk’s chatbot will be “ultimate truth-seeking artificial intelligence trying to understand the nature of the universe.” He hired researchers to develop the project.

Source: Tec Mundo

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