Elon Musk Plans to Create Giant Computer to Power Better Version of Grok


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Elon Musk informed investors this month that his startup xAI plans to build a high-speed computer by fall 2025 that will operate a future version smarter than his Grok chatbot program, according to The Information reports.

This giant computer, reportedly referred to by Musk as the “Giant Computing Factory,” will rely on tens of thousands of NVIDIA H100 graphics processing units and will cost billions of dollars to build.

Musk previously stated that Grok 3.0 will require at least 100,000 chips, a fivefold increase from the 20,000 graphics processing units reportedly used to train Grok 2.0.

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According to information, Musk also told investors in the presentation that the planned GPU array will be at least four times the size of anything xAI competitors use today.

Grok is currently available in version 1.5, released in April, and is now described for processing visual information such as photographs, graphics, and text.

Earlier this month, the X platform began offering AI-generated news summaries powered by Grok to distinguished users.


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