OpenAI refutes Elon Musk’s claims in lawsuit

OpenAI refutes Elon Musk’s claims in lawsuit

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OpenAI has responded to Elon Musk’s lawsuit, which alleges that the non-profit violated its agreement with Musk by transferring ownership of GPT-3 to Microsoft. OpenAI denies these claims, stating that Musk was aware of and agreed to the transfer of ownership.

In a blog post, OpenAI lays out its case, providing a detailed timeline of events and emails between Musk and OpenAI executives. The post states that Musk was involved in the decision to transfer ownership of GPT-3 to Microsoft and that he had no objections at the time.

OpenAI also points out that Musk has a history of making false and misleading statements about the company. In 2019, Musk claimed that OpenAI was “going to be more dangerous than nuclear weapons,” a statement that OpenAI called “irresponsible and ridiculous.”

The lawsuit is the latest in a series of controversies involving Musk. In recent months, Musk has been accused of securities fraud, defamation, and violating child labor laws.

Key takeaways:

  • OpenAI denies Musk’s claims that it violated its agreement with him.
  • OpenAI says Musk was aware of and agreed to the transfer of ownership of GPT-3 to Microsoft.
  • Musk has a history of making false and misleading statements about OpenAI.

What’s next:

The lawsuit is still in its early stages. It is unclear how the court will rule, but the case could have significant implications for the future of OpenAI and artificial intelligence.