Technology World, the company that developed ChatGPT over the past three days at Open AI is shocked by what happened. The company’s board of directors fired CEO Sam Altman without cause on Friday. After this, investors and employees put pressure on the board, especially to have Altman return. While it was initially thought highly likely that he would return, it was announced this morning that a new CEO had been appointed at OpenAI, and Altman was appointed to lead a new artificial intelligence team at Microsoft.
As the OpenAI drama continued unabated, employees also responded to company management about Altman’s dismissal. Now the employees sent a letter to the board popped up.
More than 500 employees want management to resign and say they can switch from OpenAI to Microsoft
This is evident from the letter unearthed by Wired and journalist Kara Swisher 505 OpenAI employees send letter to board of directors. In the letter, Reinstatement of Sam Altman and resignation from the board They indicated that this was necessary. Otherwise they will resign They also added.
Let’s keep in mind that OpenAI has about 700 employees. According to the information received, the number of people who signed this letter is also increasing. As we mentioned at the beginning, Altman now works at Microsoft. So the eater won’t come back unless something unexpected happens. There is no information on whether the board will resign or not. If the conditions are not met, OpenAI could lose almost all of its staff.
Employees say OpenAI management is putting their jobs at risk and accuse them of undermining the missions of the board and the company. They add that Altman and Greg Brockman (the founder of OpenAI left along with Altman) could join the new AI team at Microsoft. So Microsoft may have found hundreds of employees to add to Altman’s new team.
They also responded via X:
This letter was not the only response from OpenAI employees. Dozens of employees posted on X (Twitter) “OpenAI is nothing without its people.” He shared his post and responded. Sam Altman also quoted these messages and sent a heart emoji. All these events are an indication that OpenAI, which has made its mark over the past year, does not have good days ahead of it.
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