Elon Musk is developing an xAI supercomputer

Elon Musk is developing an xAI supercomputer
Elon Musk is developing an xAI supercomputer

An investor presentation by American entrepreneur Elon Musk revealed that his artificial intelligence startup, xAI, plans to build a supercomputer to power Grok, the company’s AI chatbot, in its next edition.

A presentation was given to investors by American businessman Elon Musk, who recently informed that his AI startup, xAI, intends to construct a supercomputer to power the next iteration of its AI chatbot, Grok.

According to the source, Musk expressed his desire to have the projected supercomputer operational by the fall of 2025. He also mentioned that xAI may collaborate with Oracle (ORCL.N) to construct the gigantic computer.

Musk was quoted from a May presentation and stated that when finished, the interconnected chip groups—Nvidia’s (NVDA.O) flagship H100 graphics processing units (GPUs)—would be at least four times larger than the largest GPU clusters that are now in use.

The market for AI data center chips is dominated by Nvidia’s H100 family of potent GPUs, which are in high demand and can be challenging to find.

In an attempt to compete with Microsoft (MSFT.O) and Alphabet (GOOGL.O), Musk established xAI last year. OpenAI is funded by a new tab. Alongside, Musk co-founded OpenAI.

According to Musk, training the Grok 2 model required roughly 20,000 Nvidia H100 GPUs earlier this year. He also stated that training the Grok 3 model and later models will take 100,000 Nvidia H100 processors.

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