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The Introduction of Grok: Elon Musk’s Innovative AI Chatbot

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Elon Musk, the prominent billionaire, recently unveiled his very own AI chatbot named ‘Grok’, which is the first product of his company xAI. It was trained using real-time data from X (formerly known as Twitter). During a conversation with the […]

The Introduction of Grok: Elon Musk’s Innovative AI Chatbot

Elon Musk, the prominent billionaire, recently unveiled his very own AI chatbot named ‘Grok’, which is the first product of his company xAI. It was trained using real-time data from X (formerly known as Twitter).

During a conversation with the chatbot ‘Grok’, a user asked it to insult Elon Musk in one word. The AI bot responded with “Overrated”, which sparked an enthusiastic reaction. Tesla’s CEO replied, “Exactly.”

Tesla’s owner from Silicon Valley, while sharing the conversation video with the AI chatbot, wrote, “‘Grok’ insulted Elon Musk in one word. Overrated 🤣.”

Since its release, the video has garnered over 108,000 views, 1,200 likes, and numerous comments.

A user commented, “A revolution in the making?” Another expressed, “I love Elon’s sense of humor,” while a third agreed with the assessment given by Grok.

“An interesting perspective! It’s always fascinating to see different opinions about someone as prominent as Elon Musk,” said a fourth user. Another user humorously added, “That was the last thing Grok said before it got formatted.”

Earlier this month, Musk launched xAI’s first AI model, Grok, to compete with other popular programs such as ChatGPT, Bard, and Bing. The company stated, “Grok is modeled after ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy,’ designed to answer almost anything and, more impressively, even suggest questions to ask!”

The chatbot is designed to have a sense of humor and what the company calls “a rebellious approach” in its responses. Musk displayed the chatbot’s humor by showcasing a conversation in which Grok made jokes about FTX founder Sam Bankman Fried and sarcastically responded to a question about making cocaine.

Grok is still in its early stages, trained on a prototype large language model called Grok-0, with 33 billion parameters after two months of training. However, the company expects Grok to evolve over time thanks to their early access program.

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