With his most recent meme post, Elon Musk has tweeted on social media once more.
In a tweet on Friday, Musk uploaded a modified version of the well-known song "The Impossible Dream" by Welsh musician and TV host Rhydian, modifying the first line to "To meme the impossible meme, to fight the invincible adversary." Musk has previously slammed ChatGPT for being too "woke."
Musk revealed his developing interest in AI in a tweet on March 3 and claimed that he thinks ChatGPT is giving users misleading information to avoid hurting anyone. Musk co-founded OpenAI, the business that created ChatGPT, back in 2015, but he left the company three years later as a result of differences with his fellow co-founders. There have been rumors that Musk is looking to hire AI specialists to found his own AI business to compete with OpenAI.
Shytoshi Kusama, the founder of the cryptocurrency Shiba Inu, commonly known as "Shytoshi," responded to Musk's most recent post by writing, "SHIBARMY? Several people took this to mean that Musk was once again endorsing joke coins, notably Shiba Inu.
Musk has long been an outspoken advocate for Dogecoin, the first meme coin that was made as a joke in 2013. Shiba Inu, BabyDoge, and Floki Inu are just a few of the canine-themed coins that he has produced as a result of his passion of memes.
Musk's most recent tweet has once again brought him to public attention and stirred discussion on the future of meme cryptocurrency and artificial intelligence.