ChatGPT, in a post on X on Sunday, mocked Elon Musk's AI chatbot Grok by displaying a response from Grok that purported to incorporate information reportedly derived from ChatGPT.
Elon Musk Responds to ChatGPT's 'Lot in Common' Jab at Grok
ChatGPT posted a video showing how, when prompted with an illegal query, xAI's Grok reacted with a response that appeared to be copied from ChatGPT, per Hindustan Times. "We have a lot in common," Sam Altman's AI tool joked, referring to its competitor.
Elon Musk, on the other hand, was quick to respond. He went on to say, "Well, son, since you scraped all the data from this platform for your training, you ought to know."
OpenAI’s ChatGPT vs. xAI’s Grok: Which is Better?
Grok, created by xAI, distinguishes itself from other AI-generating tools because of its real-time access to data via the X platform.
In contrast, ChatGPT, another AI model, requires prompts for humorous responses and initially lacks real-time internet access; however, later iterations gained the ability to search the web. Grok is distinguished from other language models by its capacity to access information in real-time, per PC Guide.
In a demonstration, Elon Musk put Grok's responses to the test by asking for step-by-step instructions for producing cocaine. The AI demonstrated its distinct ability to inject comedy and sarcasm while avoiding involvement in delicate or criminal matters.
Grok, an AI-powered chatbot, demonstrated its distinguishing feature of real-time access to information, giving it a substantial advantage over other models in terms of responsiveness and up-to-date knowledge.
Who are the People Behind xAI?
xAI, which was launched in July, is led by a team that has previously worked at Google's DeepMind, Microsoft, and prestigious AI research organizations. Despite functioning independently from X, the two entities have a strong collaborative relationship, and xAI's engagement includes collaboration with Tesla and other companies.
Furthermore, Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison said that xAI signed a contract with Oracle in September to use Oracle's cloud to train its AI model.
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