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'Your tweets are a blight': Elon Musk got roasted in a poem written by the AI created by a company he helped found

Aug 6, 2020

Tesla CEO Elon Musk's notorious Twitter presence was the inspiration for an AI-generated poem, written using the software from OpenAI, the company Musk himself helped found. According to The Economist , the San Francisco-based OpenAI supplied certain people, like artist Arram Sabeti, with an early version of the GPT-3 language in mid-July to test its capabilities. Sabeti used the algorithm to generate the poem, entitled "Elon Musk by Dr. Seuss," which you can read in full below: "The SEC said, "Musk,/your tweets are a blight./They really could cost you your job,/if you don't stop/all this tweetingat night. "/…Then Musk cried, "Why?/The tweets I wrote are not mean,/I don't use all-caps/and I'm sure that my tweets are clean. "/"But your tweets can move markets/and that's why we're sore./You may be a genius/and a billionaire,/but that doesn't give you the right to be a bore!" The AI-generated poem references Musk's oftentimes incendiary comments posted on Twitter. In one case, the Tesla CEO took to the platform in August 2018, tweeting that has was considering taking the company private at $420 per share and that funding was secured. The tweet "caused significant confusion and disruption in the market for Tesla's stock and resulting harm to investors," according to the Security Exchange Commission, which filed a lawsuit against Musk. The SEC alleged that Musk "falsely indicated" that the company had secured funding on Twitter and that the $420 share price was 20% higher than it actually was at the time. The lawsuit resulted in Musk stepping down as Tesla chairman and coughing up a $10 million fine. GPT-3, the five-year-old research lab's third iteration of the language-generation model, has been heralded as a piece of advanced artificial intelligence technology. It can interpret patterns in text created by humans and use that insight to churn out human-like language based on a prompt. OpenAI's new tool has been called "groundbreaking," despite having some  "serious weaknesses," but a discussion has long existed concerning how artificial intelligence can contribute to biased language and misinformation. The company had previously said the language was too dangerous to release as open-source software since it could easily be misused. But in mid-June, the firm said it would start selling the algorithm in a private beta . Musk cofounded OpenAI in 2015 with a handful of entrepreneurs, including ex-Y Combinator president Sam Altman. Musk  said last February  that he had not been "closely involved" with OpenAI for over a year, as he was focusing more closely on Tesla and SpaceX. He also said he "didn't agree with some of what the OpenAI team wanted to do."

Arram Sabeti Investments

2 Investments

Arram Sabeti has made 2 investments. Their latest investment was in Fathom as part of their Seed VC - III on January 24, 2022.

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Arram Sabeti Portfolio Exits

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Arram Sabeti has 1 portfolio exit. Their latest portfolio exit was Atrium on April 06, 2020.

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4/6/2020

Acq - Talent

$99M

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4/6/2020

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Acq - Talent

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$99M

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