, xAI will open source its Grok chatbot. The founder of the company, whose AI assistant is available to X’s Premium+ subscribers, did not reveal any other details about the decision, which is scheduled to take effect this week.

This is hardly the first time a Musk company has opened up access to its know-how. Tesla a decade ago, and now virtually every major automaker has adopted the . X, meanwhile, which powered its algorithmic For You feed last year, however.

Like points out that Musk may be hoping that by allowing third-party developers and researchers to dig into Grok’s code, there might be increased adoption of the model. The developer community can also provide feedback that can be used to improve Grok.

Open Source Grok can also be seen as a dig at OpenAI. Earlier this month, Musk, a company he co-founded, for allegedly prioritizing profits and abandoning its original nonprofit mission. The lawsuit describes OpenAI as a “de facto closed-source subsidiary” of Microsoft, which has invested $13 billion in OpenAI and has a 49% stake. OpenAI, claiming he wants to merge the company with Tesla and become its CEO.