ChatGPT is one of the widely used term these days, an Artificial Intelligence Technology for completing many tasks. It simply take commands from human and gather all the available data and put it in simplest form for humans.
People around the world are using this modern technology for completing their business tasks, writing assignments, notes, essay, stories, speeches, interview questions or anything one can need for. But the question is can the Technology lie ? Or collect wrong answers ?
Twitter CEO and SpaceX owner Elon Musk in a recent interview claimed that Open AI, Creator of Chat GPT trained the AI chatbot to lie according to the situation or question.
He talked to Fox News in which he said that, He would be launching his AI platform soon which he called “TruthGPT”. The platform is definitely going to challenge the services of Microsoft and Google AIs.
While talking about Open AI, Tesla owner said that, Open AI is all about lies. It has become a closed source for profit organizations like Microsoft but the training of AI is to just lie and putting up words.
Safety of AI
Elon Musk also talked about the safety measures in AI, he alleged the co-founder of Google Larry page for not taking care of safety measures in the application. The Twitter CEO has been looking gor AI researchers from google to create a rival tool.
The Tech-billionaire said that, “I am going to start something which I call Truth GPT or a maximum Truth-seeking AI that tries to understand the nature of universe”.
X.AI by Elon Musk
According to inside detailed report, Elon Musk hired powerful, costly computer systems and professional engineering team to make Twitter a part of an AI Project.
It seems like, Tesla owner is working hard to get the best rival for ChatGPT, Open AI. The Twitter CEO earlier wrote that, “AI systems with human-competitive intelligence can pose profound risks of society and humanity”.
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Some of the big technology companies like Google, Microsoft, and Meta have spent a lot of years on AI, also known as big data or machine learning. Elon Musk also cofounded Open AI but left it in 2018.