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Elon Musk’s xAI to Build AI Gigafactory of Compute

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Working with Oracle, billionaire Elon Musk’s xAI intends to create a supercomputer to run the upcoming iteration of his “Grok” artificial intelligence (AI) huge language model.

Based on a presentation made to xAI stakeholders, The Information claims that the project has been presented as a “Gigafactory of Compute” for training and building the next generation of the Grok AI system of the corporation.

Musk earlier intended to raise $4 billion at a valuation of $15 billion for the company, with follow-on commentary stating that the money will be utilized to increase its GPU count from roughly 10,000 to 100,000.

Shortly later, it was said that Musk increased the target to reach $6 billion at a valuation of $18 billion because of strong investor interest.

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Should the information in The Information be accurate and xAI plans to create a supercomputer, the funds will most likely be used to transform the 100,000 GPU cluster into a unified supercomputer architecture, sometimes referred to as a “Gigafactory of Compute,” in reference to some Tesla factories labeled “Gigafactory.”

These actions coincide with Musk’s starting to raise expectations about the company’s capacity and advancement towards its eventual aim of producing artificial intelligence capable of surpassing human cognitive ability.

Talking with attendees of the VivaTech 2024 conference in Paris, Musk said he thought xAI would catch up with industry leaders OpenAI and DeepMind Google by the end of 2024. He continued by saying he thought that by the end of 2025, an artificial intelligence system would be able to perform everything better than humans.

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Musk, the richest person in the world, claims that this kind of technology might replace all human jobs, therefore making us wonder about our goals. “If the computer and robots can do everything better than you,” he asked, “does your life have meaning?”

Musk did agree that, maybe, our future contribution will be to “give artificial intelligence meaning.”

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