Along with ChatGPT, OpenAI is considered one of the leaders in artificial intelligence for the public. But the ouster of CEO Sam Altman, who has now moved to Microsoft, brings the company to the brink of collapse. Hundreds of employees want to join his new team.
Since OpenAI’s board of directors fired CEO Sam Altman and board member Greg Brockman was among them, the AI company’s workforce has been in turmoil. According to a report, out of more than 700 employees, about 500 want to leave and apply for jobs at the newly announced Microsoft subsidiary, which is led by Altman and Brockman. However, it is now being said that almost the entire OpenAI team wants to leave the company.
The turmoil at OpenAI is sparking competing desires. Talents in AI research are in high demand and they will soon run out of job offers.
If interim CEO Emmett Shear (who previously ran Twitch) and the board of directors do not quickly find solutions to OpenAI’s internal problems, the company is at risk of collapse. It is not so easy to find new employees in the field of AI research and AI technology, so a mass exodus of employees would be such a crushing blow that it would represent the temporary end of Open AI and ChatGPT.
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