Just a day after he was unceremoniously fired, former OpenAI CEO Sam Altman is reportedly in talks to return—after investors revolted against the board’s decision.
According to The Verge, Altman is in talks with the board of the company that launched ChatGPT and put artificial intelligence on the fast-track—but is said to be ambivalent.
The Wall Street Journal reports that OpenAI backer Microsoft and venture capital firm Thrive are leading the drive to put Altman, 38, back at the helm, but he may want the board replaced.
Source: The Daily Beast
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