- Sam Altman, CEO of Open AI, has been abruptly fired by the board of directors due to a lack of consistent candor in communications with them.
- Interim CEO Mira Murati has been appointed as the company seeks a permanent replacement to lead the $90 billion company.
- Co-founder and president Greg Brockman has also resigned from the company shortly after Altman’s departure.
Open AI, a leading artificial intelligence research organization, has fired its CEO, Sam Altman, due to communication issues within the company. The decision to dismiss Altman was announced by the board of directors on Monday, causing shockwaves within the tech industry.
According to sources within the company, the decision to remove Altman from his position was a result of ongoing conflicts and difficulties in communicating effectively with the board and other members of the organization. Altman, who had been appointed as the CEO of Open AI in 2019, was known for his visionary leadership and expertise in the field of artificial intelligence.
In a statement released by Open AI, the organization expressed its gratitude for Altman’s contributions but emphasized the importance of effective communication and transparency within the company. The board of directors is now actively seeking a replacement for the CEO position and will be conducting a thorough search to find a suitable candidate.
The dismissal of Altman has raised questions about the future direction of Open AI and its leadership. However, the organization remains committed to its mission of ensuring that artificial intelligence benefits all of humanity. Open AI will continue its efforts to advance the field of AI research and development, while striving to foster a culture of collaboration and open communication within the organization.