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Former Google CEO talks about OpenAI CEO leaving: he has grown the company from nothing to $90 billion

2024-03-01 Update From: SLTechnology News&Howtos shulou NAV: SLTechnology News&Howtos > IT Information >


Shulou( Report--, Nov. 18, OpenAI's board of directors issued an announcement on Friday announcing that Sam Altman (Sam Altman) will resign as CEO and leave the board, to be replaced by technology director Mira Murati Murati, effective immediately.

Eric Eric Schmidt, a former CEO of Google, said in an X post that Sam Altman was his hero, growing a company from nothing to $90 billion and changing our world forever. "I can't wait to see what he's going to do next."

It is understood that the reason given by the OpenAI board of directors is that Altman did not always be honest with the board of directors, hindering the board's ability to perform its duties. The board said: "there is no longer confidence in his ability to continue to lead OpenAI."

Sam Altman admitted in an X post that he would leave OpenAI and said he liked to work for the company and would announce his next move later.

Interestingly, after Sam Altman left, X posted a "job application link" with the text "in case anyone needs it." Users said in the comments section that "Sam Altman is free" and "the timing is impeccable".

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