Daily Management Review

Musk sets for new AI company


Former employees of Google, Microsoft, and other technology organizations will work for the startup.

James Duncan Davidson
James Duncan Davidson
Elon Musk has revealed plans to launch an artificial intelligence-focused business.

He announced the development of xAI to “understand reality” on Twitter on Wednesday.

The company's website, x.ai, also went up at the same time. It states that the company will hire former employees of Google, Microsoft, and other technology-related companies.

Musk disclosed that on July 14 during a Twitter Spaces broadcast, he and his team will answer questions regarding the new business.

In March, Musk incorporated xAI in Nevada, but since that time, there hasn't been any fresh information on his firm. Musk has referred to artificial intelligence as a technology that is both exciting and risky.

source: wsj.com