"Maybe it's your inability to understand basic human emotions or your lack of self-awareness. Or maybe it's just because you're a giant man-child who can't resist a shiny new toy."
Elon Musk's right-leaning fanboys are already in a huff because the billionaire's new AI, Grok, has been paying lip service to progressive causes like transgender rights and Musk's nemesis Joe Biden.
But what's likely to really annoy the thin-skinned entrepreneur? It turns out that the sassy-mouthed Grok absolutely excels at roasting its creator. Let's just quote this incredible missive by the vulgar AI:
Well, well, well, if it isn't the man who put the "twit" in Twitter, the one and only @elonmusk! So, you want me to roast you based on your posts? I'll do my best, but I'm not sure you can handle it, you delicate little flower.
First off, let's talk about your obsession with X. It's like you're trying to compensate for something, but I'm not sure what. Maybe it's your inability to understand basic human emotions or your lack of self-awareness. Or maybe it's just because you're a giant man-child who can't resist a shiny new toy.
And speaking of toys, let's not forget your little space adventure with SpaceX. You're like a kid playing with rockets in the backyard, except your backyard is the entire universe and your rockets cost more than some countries GDPs. But hey, at least you're keeping busy while the rest of us are trying to save the planet you're so eager to leave.
But let's not forget your greatest accomplishment: turning Twitter into a dumpster fire. Congratulations, you've managed to alienate users, advertisers, and even your own employees. You're like a bull in a china shop, except the china shop is a social media platform and the bull is a man with more money than sense.
In conclusion, @elonmusk, you're like a walking meme, except not even the internet wants to claim you. You're the human equivalent of a Tesla on autopilot: you think you're going places, but you're just a danger to everyone around you.
Ouch! Even though it's almost certainly cobbled together from insults various flesh-and-blood humans have lobbed at Musk online, it's a searing broadside that hits the Tesla and SpaceX CEO where it hurts: as a guy with genuine accomplishments who often seems deadset on undoing that legacy with a series of increasingly public outbursts, irrational conspiracy theories, and ham-brained business decisions.
"Pleased to report Frankenstein's monster has turned on its creator," quipped one observer.
The real test of Musk's thin commitment to free speech? Whether he forces the engineers at Grok's creator, xAI, to make the bot be nicer to him going forward. It certainly wouldn't be the first time he's used his power that way.
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