Grok Chatbot

Grok Chatbot


Elon Musk’s new AI company, xAI, has introduced its first technology, Grok AI, a unique AI model with a twist. It got a sense of humour which somehow is missing from its rival AI Chatbot ChatGPT and BARD.

Elon Musk introduced a new AI model called Grok, inspired by “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy,” as a competitor to ChatGPT.

It is designed to answer a wide range of questions with humour and a touch of rebelliousness and even suggest questions to ask, making it a powerful language AI.

Grok is a neologism coined by American writer Robert A. Heinlein for his 1961 science fiction novel Stranger in a Strange Land.


Goal: To create a “Good AGI” (artificial general intelligence).

Key features:

  1. It’s good at coding and language tasks.
  2. It’s improving over time.
  3. It does well in some benchmarks compared to other models.
  4. It’s versatile and can handle various tasks and questions.

ChatGPT and Grok AI have several differences:


Grok AI

Data Sources Uses broad and diverse data sources, including web content, books, and Wikipedia. Utilizes real-time data from the X platform, providing fresh and relevant information.
Ownership Developed by OpenAI, an AI research organization. Developed by xAI, an AI venture led by Elon Musk and a team of experts.
Market Availability Publicly launched in November 2022 and available to a global audience. Currently in beta phase, available to a restricted user base in the United States, with plans for broader availability through the X Premium+ subscription.
Pricing Offers both a free basic version and a premium version at $20 per month, including real-time data access. Available to X Premium+ subscribers at a lower monthly cost of $16 (Rs 1,300 INR).
Communication Style Typically maintains a neutral communication style. Responds to queries with wit and a somewhat rebellious tone, providing a unique user experience.


What is AI?

AI means computers or computer-controlled robots can perform tasks that normally need human intelligence and judgment.

AI Applications in different sectors:


  1. Testing and Assessment
  2. Flexible Scheduling
  3. AI Writing Assistant


  1. Robotics-enabled production systems
  2. Augmented Reality
  3. Internet of Things


  1. Data analysis & mining
  2. Pattern recognition
  3. AI-assisted treatment plans


  1. Handling requests
  2. Automated Warehouse Management System
  3. Feedback collection
  4. Predictive analytics for data analysis


  1. Customer service chatbots
  2. Fraud detection
  3. Prevent cyber attacks


  1. Means to travel
  2. Navigation systems
  3. Autonomous vehicles

AI in News:

World’s first AI Safety summit:

Location: Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire in southern England

The Bletchley Park Declaration

  1. World’s first agreement on safe and responsible development of Frontier AI.

(“Frontier AI” is defined as highly capable foundation generative AI models that could possess dangerous capabilities that can pose severe risks to public safety.)

  1. The declaration, supported by several countries (28 Countries across the globe and EU) including Brazil, Ireland, Kenya, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, and the United Arab Emirates, recognizes the significant dangers of using frontier AI, both intentionally and unintentionally, especially in areas like cybersecurity, biotechnology, and disinformation.
  2. Main goal is to Identify global opportunities and risks and to build a shared understanding of these risks.


Grene Robotics Unveils Indrajaal, India’s First AI-Powered Anti-Drone System. It is said to be the world’s only wide-area Counter-Unmanned Aircraft System (C-UAS).

“Global IndiaAI 2023” Summit:

First edition of the “Global IndiaAI 2023” tech summit will be held in December, 2023.

Vision – “India for AI and AI for India”.


A chatbot is a computer program that talks to people through text, like in messaging apps.

It uses technology like natural language processing and machine learning to understand and respond like a human would in a conversation.

How do AI-based chatbots handle information?

  1. AI Technology: Chatbots rely on artificial intelligence (AI) technology.
  2. Neural Networks: Some chatbots use neural networks, which are AI systems inspired by the human brain.
  3. Artificial Neurons: Neural networks are made up of artificial neurons that process information.
  4. Pattern Recognition: These artificial neurons learn from data by identifying patterns through repetition.
  5. Adaptation: Over time, as they process more data, they adjust their settings to become more accurate at predictions and classifications.
  6. Large Language Models: Some chatbots, like Microsoft’s Copilot and OpenAI’s ChatGPT, are built on extensive language models that learn from massive amounts of written text.


  1. Language Model for Dialogue Application (LaMDA) by Google
  2. Bard by Google
  3. ChatGPT by OpenAI
  4. Being AI by Microsoft
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