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AI will be smarter than any single human by next year: Elon Musk

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New Delhi: Elon Musk, who is currently locked in a battle with ChatGPT maker OpenAI, said on Wednesday that artificial intelligence (AI) will probably be smarter than any single human by next year.

Musk has sued Sam-Altman-run company, alleging that it had breached the “founding agreement” via its partnership with tech giant Microsoft.

OpenAI has hit back, saying they are not in any kind of founding agreement with Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk.

In a fresh post on X, the billionaire said that AI is going to be smarter than humans by next year. “By 2029, AI will probably be smarter than all humans combined,” Musk added.

Meanwhile, OpenAI has hired top lawyers from Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz to represent the company against its legal battle with Musk.

In a court filing, the company has said that “Musk supported a for-profit structure for OpenAI, to be controlled by Musk himself, and dropped the project when his wishes were not followed.”

“Seeing the remarkable technological advances OpenAI has achieved, Musk now wants that success for himself,” the lawsuit further read.

“The ‘founding agreement' is instead a fiction Musk has conjured to lay unearned claim to the fruits of an enterprise he initially supported, then abandoned, then watched succeed without him.”

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