Elon Musk worries about OpenAI CEO Sam Altman returning after his firing. Musk says the OpenAI board will be “gutted” if Altman returns…
Finally, he opened up about Sam Altman’s firing. The board will be bitterly disappointed if the OpenAI CEO returns, according to Elon Musk.
Musk responded after an X user with @enriquebrgn (X-handle) uploaded a screenshot questioning an AI chatbot about Altman’s firing.
User asked AI chatbot, “So is Sam Altman back as CEO or not?”
The chatbot said, “Sam Altman’s OpenAl position seems like a rollercoaster! The board sacked him yesterday for allegedly not being truthful in his communications, but they’re currently in talks to bring him back as CEO.
According to reports, Altman is “ambivalent” about returning, and the board is in talks with him. If he returns, he may want governance changes.”
Musk said “If he does return, the board will be gutted” after reading the comment.
Another X user wrote, “Leaving OpenAI for equity in Sam Altman’s new venture could be a profitable decision for many OpenAI employees”.
Musk said, “We should dispense with the false idea that money is somehow relevant in an AGi future”.
After creating a high-voltage drama after unexpectedly ousting Altman, the OpenAI board is apparently exploring getting the CEO back on board.
Those familiar with the development say Altman, who was sacked by the board via video call, is “ambivalent” about returning and would seek the critical governance changes.
According to the report, three senior OpenAI researchers have left after Altman was fired and co-founder and president Greg Brockman resigned.
Elon Musk reportedly criticized OpenAI CEO Sam Altman’s firing. Altman is being considered for CEO by the tech mogul, who was sacked for unclear communication. The AI chatbot @enriquebrgn revealed that the board is talking to Altman, who is “ambivalent” about returning. He will gut the board if he returns.
Altman is “ambivalent” about returning to OpenAI and wants governance reforms, therefore the board is discussing it. Altman’s firing reportedly led to the resignation of three key OpenAI researchers and co-founder and president Greg Brockman. Money should not matter in an AGi future, according to Musk.