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Sam Altman, Elon Musk in 'game of one-upmanship'

By Isabella Perez
Published in OpenAI
February 11, 2024
1 min read
Sam Altman, Elon Musk in 'game of one-upmanship'

So I just read this interesting article called “Sam Altman, Elon Musk in ‘game of one-upmanship’” and it really got my attention! These two big shots in the tech world are apparently trying to outdo each other, and it’s like a game of who is the ultimate genius.

Basically, Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, has announced this new project called “Codex” which aims to develop an AI that can write code with just a few instructions. Sounds pretty mind-blowing, right? Well, not according to Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX. He’s basically saying, “Hold my rocket, Sam,” and he claims that Tesla is already working on something similar and they will soon have an AI coding machine too.

Now, I don’t know about you, but when I think of AI writing code, I can’t help but imagine a future where software developers are sitting around eating pizza and playing video games while robots do all the programming work. It’s like the ultimate dream for every coder out there!

But aside from my dreams of a lazy coder’s paradise, this competition between Altman and Musk is actually pretty exciting. They are both influential figures in the tech industry and their ventures have the potential to revolutionize how we build software. AI-generated code could improve productivity, reduce errors, and maybe even make coding accessible to a wider audience.

On a personal note, I remember when I first started learning to code, it felt like I was deciphering some ancient hieroglyphics. The idea that an AI could simplify that process and make it easier for beginners is mind-boggling. It could open up opportunities for people who are curious about coding but feel intimidated by its complexity.

So, to wrap it up, Altman and Musk are engaged in a friendly rivalry to see who can create the most advanced AI that can write code. This could potentially change the game for software development and make coding more accessible to all. With these two powerhouses going head-to-head, who knows what the future holds for the world of technology!


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