The OpenAI board is talking to Sam Altman about returning as CEO after firing him suddenly. Altman is considering returning but wants changes to governance. The board had agreed to resign and allow Altman to return but missed a deadline, leading to potential resignations. Others, including Greg Brockman, have discussed starting a new company. OpenAI’s largest investor, Microsoft, remains committed, but other investors were not consulted about Altman’s removal. The board consists of several prominent figures. Ilya Sutskever was influential in Altman’s removal, suggesting a power struggle within the company. No comment was provided by OpenAI or Microsoft about Altman’s return. The board’s mission is to ensure the creation of beneficial artificial intelligence. Altman’s possible return indicates a state of crisis at OpenAI. More resignations are expected. Rivals are also advancing in AI technology.
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