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Elon Musk reportedly said that the development of the U.S. artificial intelligence research company OpenAI so far is not what he wanted, which is to some extent his fault.

In a media interview on Monday night local time, he said that OpenAI has not grown as much as he expected. In 2015, Elon Musk co-founded ChatGPT maker OpenAI, but left the board in 2018.

“I really put a lot of effort into creating this organization to counteract Google Inc,” he said. “Then I shifted my focus. They’re closed-source now, I guess, and they’re clearly profit-seeking, and they’re working closely with Microsoft. In fact, at this point, Microsoft has a lot of say, if not direct control of OpenAI.”

Microsoft tapped OpenAI to build an improved AI search engine, Bing, and in March 2019, OpenAI announced its transition to a “profit cap” model, becoming a hybrid of a nonprofit and for-profit company.

In a media interview last month, OpenAI co-founder and chief scientist Ilya Sutskever talked about how the company has changed over the years in terms of sharing information about its AI language models.

“Open source makes no sense if you believe, as we do, that at some point artificial intelligence, general AI, is going to become incredibly powerful.” He said, “I have every confidence that in a few years it will be obvious to everyone that open source AI is not wise.” (AGI, meaning general-purpose artificial intelligence, refers to machines that can theoretically learn anything a human can learn, rather than simply perform a particular task.)

Elon Musk has criticized OpenAI in the past, saying in February that OpenAI is “not at all what I want it to be,” calling it a “closed-source, profit-maximizing company that’s effectively controlled by Microsoft.”

For its part, OpenAI said Elon Musk quit the company’s board in 2018 to avoid potential conflicts of interest with Tesla’s work on self-driving cars. Elon Musk later said that another reason he left OpenAI was that he “didn’t agree with some of the things the OpenAI team was trying to do.

In other interviews on Monday, Elon Musk said that his initial disagreements with Google co-founder Larry Page over AI safety were “the reason OpenAI exists” and that those disagreements made him want OpenAI to be “the furthest thing from Google. “The CEO of Tesla and Twitter. The Tesla and Twitter CEO said he now plans to create “TruthGPT,” describing it as “an artificial intelligence that maximizes the search for truth and tries to understand the nature of the universe.

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