Elon Musk recently unveiled his own artificial intelligence chatbot called Grok. It is the first product from Mr Musk’s xAI company and is trained using real-time data from the X platform. Now, a post by an X user about using AI chatbot to understand a tweet shared by Elon Musk has caught the attention of not only social media users but also the billionaire. In the post, the user, Kris Kashtanova, explained about using Grok to decode a tweet that Mr. Musk posted a few days ago.
“Thanks to Grok, we will understand Elon Musk’s post better,” Kashtanova wrote, sharing a screenshot of the interaction between her and Grok. The X user used a tweet by Mr Musk about company culture as a call for the AI chatbot. In response, Grok then came up with a detailed explanation of what the tweet meant. Musk retweeted the entire post along with a bullseye emoji.
Take a look below:
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) 23 November 2023
“Can you explain what that means: Big companies steadily increase their Dilbert score over time as entropy,” Kashtanova asked Grok. The AI chatbot then decoded the prompt and explained the sentence in great detail.
It didn’t take long for social media users to react to Mr Musk’s tweet. Since it was shared, it has received more than 11 million views, over 60,000 likes and numerous comments.
“Wow… I googled it and I couldn’t find what the Dilbert score meant, but I kind of figured out what you meant. But it just clarified it and it probably took 1/10 of the time or less. The ability and speed at which humans will be able to acquire knowledge will be insane,” one user wrote. “Thanks to Grok, Elon Musk’s post is becoming our decoding adventure!” said another.
Meanwhile, Grok is currently available to a limited audience. Earlier this month, Mr. Musk, the tycoon behind Tesla and SpaceX, details the AI tool. He said the connection with X is “a massive advantage over other models” of generative AI. Grok “loves sarcasm. I have no idea who could have guided it this way,” the billionaire said, adding a laughing emoji to his post.
“Grok” comes from “Stranger in a Strange Land”, a 1961 science fiction novel by Robert Heinlein, and means to understand something thoroughly and intuitively.
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