September 27, 2020 | software | No Comments
- Elon Musk voiced his discontent on Twitter that OpenAI — the AI research firm he helped found — is exclusively licensing its famous natural-language software GPT-3 to Microsoft.
- “This does seem like the opposite of open. OpenAI is essentially captured by Microsoft,” Musk tweeted.
- GPT-3 is able to generate text that looks natural enough to appear to have been written by a human.
- Microsoft said others would still be able to access GPT-3 via an application programming interface.
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It looks like Elon Musk is increasingly unhappy with OpenAI, the artificial-intelligence research firm he helped found five years ago.
Microsoft announced on Tuesday that it was exclusively licensing GPT-3, a natural-language AI-powered tool made by OpenAI.
The announcement was met with some dismay on Twitter from users who had thought OpenAI’s mission statement was to make technologies like GPT-3 widely available. Musk, who cofounded