Why did Elon Musk give up on Sam Altman and Open AI? This is the big reason behind filing the case

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Elon Musk: Tesla and X owner Elon Musk remains in the news for some reason or the other. They often do something like this. Due to which they become famous in the news. Elon Musk, one of the richest people in the world, has once again done something like this. Because of which he has come into the media not only in the country but all over the world.

Elon Musk Artificial Intelligence Open AI A case has been registered against him making serious allegations. Not only this, he has also filed a case against Open AI Chief Executive Officer Sam Altman. He has filed this case in a court in San Francisco in America.

Elon Musk has alleged that OpenAI has violated the rules of AI to earn money. Along with this, he said that OpenAI has hidden the design of its AI model GPT-4. Along with this, they allege that Open AI has done this work for the sake of profit, keeping aside the rules related to humanity.

Let us tell you, Elon Musk and Open AI have an old relationship. In 2015, when OpenAI was being created, he was on the board. After that he left the board in the year 2018. Then OpenAI was launched in the year 2022. Since then, Open AI is everywhere. Its popularity is increasing all over the world. You will be surprised to know that OpenAI is the fastest growing AI in the world.

It also said the lawsuit was filed to compel Elon Musk, not the individual defendants, to comply with its founding agreement and return to its mission of developing AGI for the benefit of humanity. And to personally benefit the world’s largest technology company”. After registering the case in this matter, news started doing the rounds about Elon Musk.

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