Elon Musk has launched an artificial intelligence company called xAI, focusing on understanding reality.
xAI aims to revolutionize the field of AI and has a team of engineers from major tech companies, including individuals from rival firm OpenAI.
The launch of xAI coincided with the unveiling of its website, developed by engineers with previous experience at Google, Microsoft, and OpenAI.
Musk plans to conduct live sessions through Twitter Spaces, allowing people to interact with the xAI team and ask questions about their work.
This move by Musk comes in response to recent releases of chatbots like GPT from OpenAI, Bard from Google, and Claude from Anthrapic.
Musk has previously expressed concerns about the ethical challenges posed by AI and even called for a pause in AI research progress.
With xAI, Musk is taking a hands-on approach to drive progress in AI himself.
Greg Yang, a former engineer from DeepMind and a former research scientist at Google, is part of the xAI team.
The launch of xAI adds to Musk's impressive portfolio, which includes ventures such as Twitter, SpaceX, Tesla, and Neuralink.
xAI's focus on understanding reality highlights the potential for advancements in AI technology and its applications in various industries.