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Musk: Tesla simulation and video generation are the ‘best in the world’.

OpenAI introduced Sora, a text-to-video generative model, on Thursday, displaying a collection of AI-generated videos on its website. Shortly afterward, Elon Musk shared some of Tesla’s own generative video creations, initially unveiled by the company last year, on X. Musk has been active on the platform in recent days, discussing both OpenAI’s progress and Tesla’s advancements in real-world video generation.

In response to a suggestion about Tesla entering the video game industry, Musk expressed interest but emphasized that the company’s current priority is launching unsupervised Full Self-Driving (FSD) technology before considering gaming ventures.

Musk also highlighted Tesla’s ability to produce real-world videos with accurate physics for about a year. While acknowledging the initial limitations of generative videos due to training data, he noted Tesla’s strength lies in predicting precise physics—an essential factor for self-driving technology.

Sora allows users to generate videos up to a minute long by inputting text prompts. Additionally, X user Min Choi shared a comprehensive thread showcasing the impressive capabilities of the generative video model.

Musk’s relationship with OpenAI and its CEO Sam Altman has been contentious, especially following OpenAI’s transition to a for-profit organization. Musk’s criticism of this move led him to establish his own AI company, xAI, which released its first product, Grok, a generative language model, in November.

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