X Premium subscribers to get the early access to xAI’s Grok system

Musk who has criticised ChatGPT for a number of reasons on numerous platforms has announced that his AI startup xAI Grok will begin providing services to a select group of users starting today.

“Tomorrow, xAI will release its first AI to a select group. In some important respects, it is the best that currently exists,” Musk posted on X.

Just recently he wrote “As soon as it’s out of early beta, xAI’s Grok system will be available to all X Premium+ subscribers” qualifying those select users.

The new Premium tier was recently announced by the X which brings several benefits for users and will also be giving free access to xAI Grok in the beta phase. As per Musk, Grok has real-time access to info via the X platform which gives it a massive advantage over other models.

He also shared the hilarious response produced by Grok. It is “designed to have a little humor in its response,” Musk wrote. Musk announced the launch of xAI in July of this year to “understand the true nature of the universe”.

As per the report by TechCrunch veterans of DeepMind, OpenAI, Google Research, Microsoft Research, Tesla, and the University of Toronto, is advised by Dan Hendrycks, the director at the Center for AI Safety, an AI research nonprofit and collaborates with X and other companies in Musk’s stead.

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