Sam Altman’s ouster was shocking, but the characters were oddly familiar.
Altman released statement saying "everything I’ve done over the past few days has been in service of keeping this team and its mission together.”
“I think it’s very clear that something has to change,” said Satya Nadella.
It’s been a whirlwind few days for the startup at the heart of the artificial intelligence revolution—but they only have themselves to blame.
Sam Altman’s dramatic boardroom ouster reflects OpenAI’s failure to keep its own house in order while pushing society-changing ideas on an unsuspecting public.
Ilya Sutskever insisted Monday morning that he “never intended to harm OpenAI,” as roughly 650 of 700 OpenAI employees signed a letter urging the board to resign.
The ChatGPT pioneer was said to be meeting with the OpenAI board on Sunday in continued negotiations to return to the company, but discussions ultimately failed.