Elon Musk founded X.AI, an artificial intelligence company

Elon Musk filed an application in Nevada last month to create a new company called "X.AI Corp." which will deal with the artificial .

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As first reported from The Wall Street Journal, Elon Musk created a new company dedicated to artificial intelligence called X.AI. The company, founded last month, currently has Musk as director and Jared Birchall as secretary.

Rumors of Musk starting an AI company have been circulating for days, with a report from Business Insider to reveal that Musk had purchased thousands of processing units (GPU) to power an upcoming product parof artificial intelligence.

The Financial Times reported likewise that Musk planned to create an artificial intelligence company to compete with Microsoft-backed OpenAI. Musk reportedly sought funding from SpaceX and Tesla investors to get the company off the ground.

During an interview on Twitter Spaces, when Musk was asked about all those GPUs he bought, the billionaire made no mention of his plans to start an AI company, stating that "everyone buys GPUs these days."

The assumed name X.AI matches the brand name X Corp. which has also been assigned to Twitter. With the label “X” it has connected his vision of a “ who will have everything".

Musk was open opposed to OpenAI , the AI ​​organization he co-founded in 2015 but left in 2018, and recently signed a letter calling for an end to "giant AI experiments."

In recent months, OpenAI has become a highly recognizable name in technology such as ChatGPT and GPT-4, and is partly responsible for starting the current push by Microsoft and Google to integrate AI tools more deeply into many of their products. her.

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