Sam Altman is thinking about coming back to OpenAI and is also looking into starting a new AI company.
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The Information said on Sunday that interim CEO Mira Murati informed colleagues that Altman had been invited, and as a result, outgoing OpenAI CEO Sam Altman and On Sunday, executives from the company were joined by former President Greg Brockman at their San Francisco offices.
According to a story by Reuters on Sunday, Altman is thinking about starting a new artificial intelligence (AI) startup, but he is also talking about maybe returning to the company that created the ChatGPT bot. The IT community was shocked on Friday when Sam Altman, who was widely considered as the face of generative AI, was let go by the company’s board.
Regarding the specifics of the report from The Information, OpenAI declined to comment to Reuters.
Sam Altman’s mysterious X post amid speculation over the return of the fired OpenAI CEO. On the messaging app X, Altman shared a photo of himself on Sunday sporting an OpenAI guest badge along with the words, “First and last time i ever wear one of these.”
Both present and former employees were incensed by Altman’s dismissal and concerned about how the abrupt management change could impact an impending $86 billion share sale.
The Information claims that on Sunday, Brockman, the co-founder and previous president of OpenAI, also arrived at work. As part of the management transition, According to The Information, Brockman, the co-founder and previous president of OpenAI, was also seen at work on Sunday.
According to two people familiar with the discussions, the Information on Sunday stated that Microsoft, OpenAI’s largest supporter, is thinking about joining the board if Altman rejoins the company.
According to the report, Microsoft may join OpenAI’s board of directors or serve as an observer on the board without the ability to vote.