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Nadella announced that Sam Altman and Brockman, founders of OpenAI, will join Microsoft.

2024-02-28 Update From: SLTechnology News&Howtos shulou NAV: SLTechnology News&Howtos > IT Information >

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Thanks to CTOnews.com netizens for the delivery of clues about the past. CTOnews.com November 20, Microsoft CEO Nadella announced that OpenAI founders Sam Altman (Sam Altman) and Greg Brockmann (Greg Brockman) and their colleagues will join Microsoft.

We remain committed to working with OpenAI and are confident in our product roadmap, all the innovations we are committed to at Ignite, and our ability to continue to support our customers and partners. We look forward to meeting and working with the new leadership team of Emmett Shear and OpenAI.

At the same time, we are very pleased to share the news that Sam Altman and Greg Brockman will join Microsoft with their colleagues to lead a new advanced artificial intelligence research team. We also hope to provide them with everything they need to succeed as soon as possible.

CTOnews.com summarizes the general context of Altman's recall:

On Thursday night local time, Sam received a text message from chief scientist Ilya Saskville (Ilya Sutskever) asking for a conversation at noon on Friday. Sam attended a Google Meet meeting and the whole board of directors was present except Greg. Elijah told Sam that he would be fired, and the news would soon get out.

At 12:19 local time, Greg received a text message from Elijah asking for a quick call back.

At 12:23 local time, Ilya sent a Google Meet link. Greg was told that he would be removed from the board (but he was vital to the company and would retain his position) and that Sam had been fired. At about the same time, OpenAI published a blog post.

The management team soon realized this, except for interim CEO Mira Murati (Mira Murati), who had discovered it the night before.

It was announced earlier on November 18, Beijing time:

On Friday, local time, OpenAI announced that Sam Altman would resign as chief executive and leave the board and be replaced by technology director Mila Murati, effective immediately.

OpenAI's board of directors said in a blog post that the "review process" concluded that Altman had not been consistent and honest with the board in his communication with the board, hindering the board's ability to carry out its duties. "the board no longer has confidence in his ability to continue to lead OpenAI."

Altman said: "I love my time at OpenAI, it's revolutionary for myself, and I hope it can change the world. Most importantly, I like working with these talented people. I have more details to say later."

On November 19, Beijing time, the media reported:

Sam Altman told investors that he plans to launch a new AI company. Greg Brockmann is expected to join the company, the project is still under development and the exact nature of the joint venture is unclear.

OpenAI's board is talking with Altman about returning to CEO. He feels "ambivalent" about the return and wants to make major changes to governance.

Microsoft CEO Satyanadella has talked to Altman to make sure he can return to OpenAI on Monday local time.

On November 20, Beijing time, the media reported:

Altman met with executives at the company's San Francisco headquarters as a "visitor" with former president Greg Brockmann.

Subsequently, it was reported that Microsoft hopes to support Altman's return to power and is considering placing an important pawn in the new board of directors of OpenAI.

At noon today, OpenAI announced that Altman's return had failed, and the board chose Emmett Shear, former chief executive of Twitch, as interim chief executive. As Altman decided to leave, dozens of OpenAI employees chose to follow suit.

This afternoon, Microsoft CEO Nadella announced that Altman, Brockmann and their colleagues will join Microsoft.

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