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### Grimes Disagrees with Loose AI Regulations at Event

On Monday night, Grimes DJed an afterparty for ChatGPT-maker OpenAI’s first DevDay developer confer…

Grimes hosted a post-event gathering for OpenAI’s inaugural DevDay designer conference on Monday evening. Elon Musk recently initiated legal action against Grok regarding the custody of their three children, coinciding with the debut of a rival AI chatbot by the musician just weeks prior.

Musk has voiced disapproval of OpenAI’s perceived excessive “wokeness,” a venture he co-established but later departed. Conversely, Grok’s AI reportedly tackles contentious topics avoided by other AI models. Exclusive to subscribers of X Premium Plus, the AI draws inspiration from The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Cosmos.

Despite differing viewpoints, both Grimes and Musk agree on the necessity of AI regulation. This sentiment was underscored by Grimes during the OpenAI event at San Francisco’s 1015 Folsom venue, despite the event’s emphasis on advocating for unrestricted AI. According to The San Francisco Standard, Grimes expressed her dissent, stating, “I disagree with the stance of this collective,” and emphasized the importance of enhancing AI safety. While the event promoted messages like “Keep AI open” and “Liberate AI,” banners proclaiming “accelerate or die” adorned the dance floors.

Grimes has been a staunch advocate for AI in the realm of art. Through a service enabling users to create music utilizing her voice, she introduced a platform with the slogan “rights sucks.” Earlier this year, she endorsed a letter from the Center for AI Safety cautioning against “the risk of death” associated with AI technologies, reflecting her concerns about the potential hazards posed by artificial intelligence.

In collaboration with Sevdaliza, Grimes unveiled a new single titled “Nothing Lasts Forever” last month. While her seventh album, Book 1, was slated for release two years ago, it remains unpublished.

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