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OpenAI is an Artificial Intelligence research laboratory that developed the transformers GPT-2 and GPT-3. They also provide the API that AI Dungeon currently uses to access GPT-3. Although it was founded as a non-profit, it currently runs as a capped profit company. It is considered a major competitor to Google's Deepmind.


OpenAI's long term goal is to develop AGI(Artificial General Intelligence) that has a positive effect on everyone. It was founded by Elon Musk, Sam Altman, and others, but Elon musk later stepped down to only a donor, citing conflicts of interest with Tesla's AI program. Although it was started as a non-profit, it transitioned to its "capped-profit" model of having a for profit company run by a non-profit company. They made this transition so they could better compete with other for-profit AI Labs, such as Google Brain, Deepmind, and Facebook. Many in OpenAI believe that the misuse of AI is humanities greatest threat.


AI Dungeon uses OpenAI's API to access GPT-3. The API is the only current way to access GPT-3, due to OpenAI's AI Safety concerns. It is also a major source of money for them, which they need because training Neural Networks is expensive.


See also... GPT


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