Elon Musk's AI-powered 'Stories'

PLUS: Music star sings again with AI

Welcome, AI enthusiasts.

X (or formally Twitter) has always been a go-to source for breaking news and real-time updates, but Elon Musk's latest Grok feature just took things to a new level.

With new AI-powered ‘Stories’ curated and crafted from X posts, Elon is betting big on AI to revolutionize the way we stay informed. Let’s explore…

In today’s AI rundown:

  • Elon Musk unveils AI-powered news

  • Country star sings again with AI

  • How to use ChatGPT's new ‘Memory’ feature

  • LLM agent writes code to train robots

  • 5 new AI tools & 4 new AI jobs

  • More AI & tech news

Read time: 4 minutes



Image source: X

The Rundown: Elon Musk just shared his plan to use AI to summarize news events and social media reactions on X, also rolling out a new ‘Stories’ feature to provide users with real-time, accurate information.

The details:

  • X's AI chatbot, Grok, will analyze thousands of posts to generate news summaries that update as new information becomes available.

  • The summaries will rely solely on X posts and commentary, not the text of news articles themselves, making the approach distinct from other AI summarizers.

  • Grok's news summaries, called "Stories," are currently available only to X's premium subscribers — with a broader rollout expected later.

  • While Grok doesn't cite sources well yet, Musk says better citations are coming, allowing users to dive deeper into published stories.

Why it matters: Between Grok’s AI-curated news and OpenAI’s media deals, the way news is consumed and gathered is about to change. With X/Twitter acting as a primary news source for users across the world, managing issues like hallucination, bias, and misinformation will be key in the feature's early innings.


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You’ll learn how to:

  • Harness AI to streamline tasks and save valuable time

  • Utilize AI tools to enhance decision-making and optimize team workflows

  • Learn from detailed templates to effectively delegate tasks to AI

  • Measure the impact of AI on your productivity

Download the playbook now and start delegating smarter today.


Image source: Getty Images

The Rundown: Country music star Randy Travis just released his first new song in over a decade, using AI to recreate his voice years after a stroke left him unable to speak or sing.

The details:

  • Travis's new song "Where That Came From" was made by training an AI model on past recordings to generate a voice clone.

  • The voice clone was then layered over guide vocals provided by another singer to craft the track.

  • The 65-year-old Country Music Hall of Fame inductee suffered a near-fatal stroke in 2013 that severely impacted his speech.

Why it matters: While the use of AI in music has sparked both excitement and controversy, Travis’ song is a good example of the tech’s potential to unlock new creative possibilities — even for those who may no longer have the ability to physically sing.


The Rundown: OpenAI has rolled out a new feature called “Memory” for ChatGPT plus users, enabling it to remember specific user details across chats.


  1. Head over to ChatGPT. You need a Pro account to enable this feature.

  2. Click on your account name (bottom-left), select Settings, Personalization, and enable Memory.

  3. Teach ChatGPT to remember specific details by explicitly stating them in the chat, e.g., “Remember that I am vegetarian when you recommend a recipe.”

  4. Manage your memories by clicking the “Manage” button located in the Memory section to view, edit, or delete specific memories.

That’s it! You can now have more personalized conversations across all your conversations 🎉


The Rundown: Galileo recently unveiled Galileo Protect – an advanced GenAI firewall that intercepts hallucinations, prompt attacks, security threats, and more. The startup is hosting a free webinar to show how the product works live.

By attending, you’ll learn:

  • How Galileo Protect works, including Galileo’s research-backed metrics

  • The key features of an enterprise GenAI firewall

  • What makes Galileo Protect unique

Register for free to see the real-time AI hallucination firewall in action.


Image source: Nvidia

The Rundown: Nvidia researchers just introduced DrEureka, an AI system that uses LLM agents to automate the process of training robot skills in simulations and transferring them to the real world.

The details:

  • DrEureka writes code to teach robot skills in simulations, then ensures skills work well when transferred to physical robots.

  • The system trained a simulated robot dog to balance and walk on a yoga ball, with the task then transferred successfully to a real robot in testing.

  • DrEureka uses LLMs’ physics knowledge to adjust parameters like friction and gravity, automating the time-consuming process of adapting to the real world.

Why it matters: Enabling AI to oversee and improve the robot learning process will massively accelerate advanced robotic deployments, while also reducing the need for human experts in the loop. DrEureka allows robots to become much more capable learners — tackling difficult tasks in a fraction of the time.


  • 💬 TLM Playground - Clanlab's new trustworthy ‘Hallucinationless‘ Language Model

  • 🧑‍💼 Braintrust AIR - First end-to-end AI recruiter

  • ⚡ n8n - Connect and automate anything via an open, fair-code model

  • 🎥 Wizardshot - Automatically create step-by-step tutorials with AI

  • 🗣️ Perplexity Voice - Ask questions and hear answers, available on iOS for Pro users


Tesla shared a new video of its Optimus humanoid robot sorting battery cells and walking around the office, showing off precision and dexterity.

Researchers predict that AI will soon independently design novel drugs, with models ‘hallucinating’ viable proteins and structures with designs that humans have yet to think of.

KAIST AI and LG AI Research released Promethean 2, an open-source LLM optimized to evaluate other LLMs with an accuracy level on par with GPT-4.

A South Korean woman lost $50k to a romance scam after a deepfake video of Elon Musk convinced her that she was speaking to the Tesla CEO.

Warren Buffett predicted that AI scamming will become a ‘growth industry’, saying it has ‘enormous potential’ for both good and harm.

Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S25 series is rumored to feature a ‘Battery AI’, using the tech to optimize battery life by automatically shutting down unnecessary tasks.

Audible now features over 40,000 audiobooks marked as being created with the company’s AI virtual voice tool, with authors now able to save money and time in converting books into narrations.



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