Billionaire Battle: How Elon Musk’s Twitter Data Could Tip the AI Race and Its Implications

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Billionaire investor Mark Cuban has recently shared his thoughts on the future of generative artificial intelligence, commenting on the AI race between companies such as OpenAI, Google, Meta, and Microsoft. Cuban believes that Elon Musk might have an advantage in this field, thanks to his access to Twitter data for training AI models.

The development of the next stage in generative AI may depend on the ability of these companies to gather extensive volumes of intellectual property (IP) and data. This information is essential for transitioning from building Large Language Models (LLMs) to Large Knowledge Models (LKMs). Cuban speculates that the winner of the AI race could be the fastest to achieve a significant hold on both IP and data.

In this context, Cuban highlights that Elon Musk may already have an edge over his competitors. Musk could leverage the massive amount of Twitter data at his disposal to train open source AI models, potentially enabling him to build a competitive alternative to existing models like ChatGPT. Moreover, Cuban envisions the possibility of creating a virtual Elon Musk based on his Twitter activity.

Cuban finds the idea of a virtual Elon both fascinating and somewhat disconcerting, expressing that it is “pretty cool” and yet “pretty scary.” Despite the potential benefits of having access to vast amounts of data, concerns related to large-scale threats to humanity have grown. In fact, Musk was among various influential individuals who called for a halt in AI system training back in March 2023.

Nonetheless, Elon Musk’s strong association with the web

Source: Coingape

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