OpenAI on November 17 announced that co-founder and CEO Sam Altman has been dismissed for inconsistencies in communication with the company's board. In a statement on its website, the board said it "no longer has confidence" in Altman's ability to lead OpenAI. OpenAI is the start-up that has produced the generative artificial intelligence platform ChatGPT.
-- On November 17, OpenAI said it had ousted CEO Sam Altman after a review found he was “not consistently candid in his communications" with the board of directors. “The board no longer has confidence in his ability to continue leading OpenAI," the statement read. -- In the same statement, the board announced that Mira Murati, OpenAI’s chief technology officer, will take over as interim CEO effective immediately.
-- After Altman's exit, Microsoft Chief Satya Nadella reaffirmed the company's partnership with OpenAI and its commitment to delivering the benefits of AI technology. -- In a post on X, formerly Twitter, Nadella wrote: “As you saw at Microsoft Ignite this week, we're continuing to rapidly innovate for this era of AI, with over 100 announcements across the full tech stack – from AI systems, models, and tools in Azure, to Copilot. Most importantly, we're committed to delivering all of this to our customers while building for the future.Read more on livemint.com