Elon Musk tweeted on Monday that xAI, his artificial-intelligence startup, will be sharing its powerful chatbot, Grok, with the public this week.

This development comes after the billionaire’s recent legal battle with OpenAI. Earlier this month, Musk sued ChatGPT-maker OpenAI and its CEO Sam Altman, saying they had given up the startup’s original mission to develop artificial intelligence for the benefit of humanity and not for profit.

Musk showed his interest in open-source AI during a podcast chat with computer scientist Lex Fridman in November. Shortly after, his company released the AI model to a small user base.

In December, xAI launched Grok, its rival to ChatGPT, for Premium+ subscribers of the X social media platform. The Tesla CEO aims to create an AI focused on seeking maximum truth with Grok.

By open-sourcing Grok, xAI joins a growing trend among companies, including Meta and Mistral, in sharing their AI technologies with the public.

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