ChatGPT — an AI-powered chatbot — may have taken the internet by storm, but Elon Musk is still unimpressed and thinks it has a long way to go.
What Happened: Musk, while replying to a Twitter user who said it won't be easy to get Artificial General Intelligence, or AGI, just by scaling chatGPT, said, "I'm not seeing that potential yet."
To be called AGI, it needs to invent amazing things or discover deeper physics – many humans have done so. I’m not seeing that potential yet.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 7, 2022
ChatGPT stands for "generative pre-trained transformer." It is an advanced AI chatbot built by OpenAI, a San Francisco-based AI company.
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Why It's Important: ChatGPT CEO Sam Altman tweeted that the AI Chatbot surpassed more than a million users in just a week since its launch.
ChatGPT launched on wednesday. today it crossed 1 million users!— Sam Altman (@sama) December 5, 2022
ChatGPT was also applauded by Dogecoin co-creator Billy Markus, who called it an "incredibly ridiculously cool and potentially powerful" technology.
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