Elon Musk has announced that this Saturday, November 4th, some Selected users of X can use artificial intelligence (AI). which he has been working on for the last few months and which he said: “This is it.” the best there is currently” in some aspects. The company announced this would become an audio and video platform powered by artificial intelligence last July, when it also confirmed that it had changed its logo and name to the current X.
So, the CEO of the social network, Linda Yaccarinocommented that this image change also opened up “a second opportunity to make another great impression” by offering an AI-powered super application that would prove to be “the…” Future of unlimited interactivityfocuses on audio, video, messaging, payments/banking.” A few days earlier, the owner of the former Twitter had announced the creation of xAI, a company focused on this technology and with which it wanted to compete against OpenAI, developer of ChatGPT.
Then it was learned that the xAI leadership would consist of the following people: former employees of companies like Microsoft and Google and that this company would work “closely” with Twitter and Tesla to advance its goals. Back in August, the brand announced this was the case via its official X account Hiring creatives, teachers and curators whose task would be to contribute to improving their learning models.
He did not provide details about the regions in which it will be implemented
Musk has now announced that this Saturday November 4thxAI will launch its first artificial intelligence “for a select group” and that “in some notable respects” the technology it is developing is “the best currently available.”
Currently, He did not provide details about how this technology works anything else you hope to implement it in, such as: It was also not clarified who the users were It will arrive or in which regions it will be available. It should be noted that this announcement came a few hours after the owner of X met with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak at the AI Safety Summit in Bletchley Park (England).
In an event that was broadcast across all sectors.