ChatGPT has led to the visibility of Sam Altman as the CEO of OpenAI and the generative AI movement. OpenAI’s board of directors have fired Altman. Microsoft, a potentially strong influencer, has acquired Altman and Greg Brockman, OpenAI’s co-founder. Microsoft proposes an advanced AI research team, pending rampant speculation. The considerable resources required to run ChatGPT make OpenAI unprofitable, prompting substantial investment from gigantic companies like Microsoft. Altman’s allegiance to his team and disputes with the board are notable. OpenAI’s future implies business as usual despite speculation suggesting possible defection to Microsoft, who could develop an alternative, or even initiate a buyout. The board’s judgment and Microsoft’s approach remain to be seen. Ultimately, we await the unfolding of future events.
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