Investing in Nvidia's latest AI chips are Elon Musk's firms.

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Even Elon Musk, who frequently plays the tech industry rivals off against one another, is hankering after Nvidia's newest CPUs.

This week at the so-called Woodstock of AI, the chipmaker's annual GPU Technology Conference (GTC) was held in San Jose, California. 

Two co-founders of xAI, an AI startup that Musk formed to compete with OpenAI, gave sessions at the event.

Igor Babuschkin, a co-founder of xAI, gave a session on Tuesday about how the firm trains its chatbot, Grok, using Nvidia GPUs and the JAX machine learning framework.

On the same day, Nvidia data scientist Bojan Tunguz and fellow xAI co-founder Christian Szegedy had a fireside discussion in which they discussed LLM alignment, software synthesis and verification, and Grok's fun mode.

Musk's remarks, though not from onstage, were heard during the conference as well: An official press release introducing Nvidia's new Blackwell chips including a remark from the CEO

In the remark, he claims that "Nvidia hardware is currently the best for AI."

A request for comment was not immediately answered by Tesla, Nvidia, or xAI.

He stated on X in June of last year that Nvidia "will not have a monopoly on large-scale training & inference forever."

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