However, it was recently revealed that Open AI was teaming up with Microsoft for an exclusive licensing deal for something called the GPT-3 language model.
A Twitter user pointed this out to Elon Musk and the CEO of Tesla did not seem satisfied with the idea, responding to the tweet and saying, “It appears that this is the opposite of what is open, OpenAI was mainly captured by Microsoft.”
For starters, OpenAI was established in 2015 and is a pioneering artificial intelligence lab. Musk was one of the founding members, including Microsoft as well, but he left the board at some point in 2018, and then OpenAI announced his departure from the board and said: “He will leave Elon Musk is the OpenAI Council, but it will continue to donate and advise the organization. ”
As Tesla continued to focus more on intelligence
Artificial, this will eliminate a potential future conflict for Elon Musk.
So Musk remains attached to the organization but criticizes it, in February of this year, Musk said that OpenAI should be more open, and that now he has no control and only very limited insight about OpenAI, as he was skeptical about Dario Amoudi, OpenAI’s research director, and said the trust Amodei’s not high.
About the partnership with OpenAI, Microsoft said in a blog post that it is collaborating with OpenAI to exclusively license GPT-3, allowing us to leverage its technical innovations to develop and deliver advanced AI solutions to our customers, as well as create new solutions solutions that harness the incredible power of generating an advanced natural language.