xAI, Elon Musk’s latest company that deals with artificial intelligence, has announced that its chatbot called Grok is ready. The system was developed within two months, but according to indications, it is capable of competing with well-known competitors.
the Read an article on Wired It reminds him: Last week Musk participated in a conference in Bletchley Park near London, where politicians, businessmen and researchers discussed the risks of artificial intelligence. However, he has now proudly announced his new “less restrictive” regime. “It also answers interesting questions that other AI systems dismiss,” Grock says. Advertisement XAI, which also highlights the program’s “rebellious features.” Over the past year, OpenAI, Microsoft, and Google have been constantly talking about “responsible” AI, highlighting how they can prevent criminals or other malicious users from abusing their systems.
“Don’t use it if you hate humor.”
– On the other hand, Grok’s future interlocutors at XAI were warned. The program cannot be tried at this time. Those who are curious can sign up for a waiting list, and if Elon Musk’s promise is true, users who pay for X, Twitter’s successor, will be the first to try it. However, they have already shared some select information about what the system is capable of. Math, general literacy, and programming tasks were also given to the Grok-1 model, which generally performed better than GPT-3.5 running under ChatGPT, but worse than the more advanced GPT-4. What’s particularly interesting is that the developers, including Hungarian Christian Szegedy, have also made the AI available for local mathematics graduation assignments for 2023. The program scored fifty-nine percent, compared to sixty-eight percent for GPT-4.
Your puppy has been trained on thirty-three billion parameters, meaning it has learned based on this large amount of data. For GPT-3.5 it was 175 billion, for GPT-4 it was 175 trillion. According to the expert interviewed by Wired, the program’s performance and numbers seem realistic, and the chatbot’s answers will be supplemented by those written on
What exactly it means that the system gives “hot” answers, even to questions that other platforms cannot answer, will quickly become clear during public tests. However, according to the creators, Grok will improve from week to week, so maybe one day he will get an A in math.
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