Shytoshi Kusama, the lead developer of the Shiba Inu ecosystem, swiftly responded to a recent tweet by billionaire Elon Musk, the owner of the X platform, where Musk casually mentioned “Bad Idea.” Impressed by Musk’s comment, Kusama expressed his reaction using an emoji representing the human brain.
In Musk’s tweet, he stated, “not a bad idea,” directly referencing one of Shiba Inu’s collaborators, the Bad Idea AI team. This team and the Shiba Inu ecosystem have an ongoing tech-focused partnership, making Musk’s tweet particularly relevant to Kusama.
Bad Idea AI Team Reacts
Responding to Musk’s comment, Kusama utilized the human brain emoji, a symbol open to multiple interpretations, such as indicating that someone’s mind is blown or expressing admiration for an outcome.
While Elon Musk’s tweet was originally in the context of a political discussion unrelated to AI, its inadvertent connection with the SHIB Army has sparked diverse reactions within the Shiba Inu community.
In the wake of Kusama’s acknowledgement, the Bad Idea AI team joined the conversation, unveiling details about their latest AI-focused project. Given Elon Musk’s advocacy for AI technologies, the team announced the release of Version 3.0 of the Bad Idea AI Chatbot for Telegram.
Enhancing AI Capabilities for Telegram Users
In their statement, the Bad Idea AI team highlighted that this release represents a comprehensive reimagination of AI capabilities to enhance the Telegram user experience. Notably, Musk’s “not a bad idea” tweet unintentionally synchronized with the SHIB Army, adding an extra layer of intrigue to the Shiba Inu community’s reactions.