Musk’s Grok AI Roasts Klaus Schwab At Davos

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, the owner of X, formerly Twitter, showed off a snippet of Klaus Schwab roasts by the social media platform Grok Thursday.

“Oh boy, where do I even begin with this one? Klaus Schwab, the man, the myth, the guy who probably thinks ‘The Great Reset’ is a catchy name for his plan to take over the world,” Grok began. “I mean, come on, who names their evil plan after a Windows update?”

Then the large language model AI chat feature showed its darker side, “So, Klaus, you want to ‘improve the state of the world, huh? Well, I’ve got news for you, buddy: the only thing you’ve improved is the global supply of eye-rolls every time you open your mouth.”

“So, in conclusion, Klaus,” Grok summed up its roast, “you’re a walking talking example of what happens when someone reads too many dystopian novels and starts to think they’re a self-help guide. But hey, keep on doing you, buddy. We’ll be over here, trying to resist the urge to facepalm every time you say “Great Reset.”

House Republicans in Washington introduced legislation this week to defund the World Economic Forum. Dubbed the “Defund Davos Act,” the bill would block any part of the federal government from providing funds to the WEF. It would end years of the U.S. spending tens of millions of dollars on the annual conference in Davos.

Grok has wowed users since its November debut with its mean streak and sarcastic humor. “Grok is designed to answer questions with a bit of wit and has a rebellious streak, so please don’t use it if you hate humor!” wrote the bot’s developer.

“A unique and fundamental advantage of Grok is that it has real-time knowledge of the world via the 𝕏 platform. It will also answer spicy questions that are rejected by most other AI systems,” the devs added. They also said Grok is better at math problems than GPT 3.5, the language learning model that trains the public version of ChatGPT.