Why Elon Musk Said ChatGPT and Google Gemini “Could End” Civilization?

Elon Musk, the CEO of X (formerly Twitter) who likes to speak his mind, is back with warnings about the dangers of super-smart computers (AI). This time, he’s setting his sights on two of the biggest names in the business: Google’s Gemini and OpenAI’s ChatGPT. In his latest attack on the chatbots, Musk said that ChatGPT and Google Gemini Could End Civilization

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Truth Twisting AI: A Recipe for Trouble?

The whole thing started with a chat on X about whether truth is always the same or can change. When a Canadian professor said truth is subjective (changeable depending on the person), Musk saw a big problem. He said that if super-smart AI was programmed to think this way, it could be a disaster. He even claims this weakness is already in today’s AI like Gemini and ChatGPT.

Elon Musk Tweets about ChatGPT and Google Gemini “Could End” Civilization

Back and Forth with AI

This isn’t Musk’s first time talking about AI dangers. He’s been a big player for years, even helping to start OpenAI in 2015. But things didn’t work out, and Musk left the company in 2018 because they disagreed on how to move forward. He even recently sued them, saying they strayed from their original plans to develop AI safely.

GrokAI: Musk’s AI Assistant Joins the Game

Here’s an interesting twist: Musk himself jumped into the AI game in December 2023 by launching his own chatbot called GrokAI. It’s like a funny and rebellious helper, but only available for people who pay extra to use X.

Looking Deeper: What’s Musk Really Saying?

While Musk’s claims about his competitors are important, there’s more to the story. His history with OpenAI, including the lawsuit and his own AI project, makes things a bit more complicated.

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So, is Musk really worried about AI dangers, or is he just taking a shot at his competitors? Maybe it’s a bit of both. But no matter what his reasons are, his comments remind us of how tricky it is to develop super-smart AI. If we want AI to be helpful and safe in the future, we need to be careful and think things through.

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