OpenAI, the developer of ChatGPT, has been experiencing incredible events since last weekend. On Friday, OpenAI’s board of directors made a surprise move, firing CEO and co-founder Sam Altman. The board wanted to bring Altman back over the weekend and then appointed a new CEO. New OpenAI CEO The statements he made for the founder did not go unnoticed.
OpenAI CEO: Sam Altman’s dismissal was handled poorly
Recently, Microsoft announced that it plans to hire Sam Altman and other former OpenAI employees to form a new artificial intelligence team. OpenAI’s interim CEO will be replaced by Mira Murati. Twitch co-founder and former CEO Emmett Sheer was brought.
In his first message to OpenAI employees and partners as CEO, Sheer evaluated Altman’s dismissal process. He said the situation was “very poorly handled, which seriously damaged company confidence.”
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He claimed that the board’s reason for firing Altman was different from what was stated. In Friday’s post, it was stated that co-founder Sam Altman was having difficulty ensuring company security. But apparently the new CEO doesn’t think so.
Sheer also stated that they will hire an independent investigator to examine the events that led to the leadership change. The CEO, who prepared a 30-day action plan, stated that users should trust the ChatGPT developer again.
Today I got a call inviting me to consider a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: to become the interim CEO of @OpenAI. After consulting with my family and reflecting on it for just a few hours, I accepted. I had recently resigned from my role as CEO of Twitch due to the birth of my…
— Emmett Shear (@eshear) November 20, 2023
Emmett Sheer; He also plans to reform OpenAI’s management and leadership structures, as well as talking to employees, partners, investors and customers at the company. Accordingly, he said there may be “significant management changes”.