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Elon Musk's X launches stories delivering trending news summarized by Grok AI

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Elon Musk's X has officially announced a new feature called 'Stories on X' that is powered by the platform's Grok AI. Stories on X is a feature that will use Grok AI to summarize personalized trending stories and show them in the app's Explore section.

As per the official announcement on X (formerly Twitter) by X's Engineering team, the feature will be available only for X Premium subscribers. Premium users will be able to read summaries of the latest topics featured in the For You tab in the Explore section of the X platform. The Stories on X feature is available only to web and iOS users for now.

Here's what the post reads:

👀 Now available: Stories on X, powered by Grok AI 👀

See what the world is talking about with Stories on X, curated by
. now available for Premium subscribers in the Explore tab!

web & iOS only for now-- let us know your feedback

To read the latest news and topics in your network, you need to check out the For You section on X. It is the first section that you would normally visit to catch up with the latest happenings in your network. Now with Stories on X, whenever you tap on the post in the For You tab, a summary of that post will appear at the top of the page, powered by Grok AI.

Stories by X powered by Grok AI

This will offer you a preview of the subject matter. As noted by TechCrunch, below the summary, you can read a warning, "Grok can make mistakes, verify its outputs." Moreover, all the top news in the For You tab will be summarized by Grok AI.

Grok AI is available to premium subscribers, making it another selling point of the premium subscription. You can access Stories on X by purchasing X's Premium subscription, which starts at $8/month.

If you have Premium or Premium+ subscription plans, you can use Grok by tapping on the button in the middle of the bottom tab. Recently, Grok-1.5V was released to challenge OpenAI's GPT-4, and it outperformed other leading competitors on key benchmarks.

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