A new interim CEO has been appointed, and Sam Altman will not be returning as CEO of OpenAI.

It’s possible that Sam Altman will not return to OpenAI. Executives and partners in the corporation have attempted, but failed, to reinstate the former CEO. Ilya Sutskever, head scientist and board member of OpenAI, says this. In case you missed it, Altman was fired by the OpenAI board due to “a persistent lack of transparency in his board communications.”

And as of right now, according to the most recent story from The Information, Emmett Shear is the new temporary CEO of OpenAI. He was Twitch’s (the wildly successful streaming platform’s) previous CEO. He takes over as the acting CEO of ChatGPT’s parent AI business, replacing Mira Murati.

According to a number of publications regarding the recent talks, Sam desired the resignation of the present OpenAI board in exchange for taking a return seat as CEO of the business. Sutskever allegedly informed the employees that “Altman will not return to the startup he cofounded in 2015,” according to the original TheInformation article. The board is adamant about sticking with the choice they made earlier this week, which caught partners and investors off guard.

What Went Down At OpenAI HQ After Sam Altman’s Departure

The termination of Altman has been the subject of contentious conversations within OpenAI’s headquarters in recent days. The Verge claims that the board wanted to see Sam Altman return. This resulted from workers’ threats to quit (plus additional pressure from investors). It appears that many scientists at OpenAI like Sam Altman’s direction.

After the board decided to terminate Sam, the co-founder also quit, along with a few of the team’s top researchers. Sam Altman told us on X that this was the “first and last time I wear one of these” when he arrived to the OpenAI headquarters earlier today while donning a guest card. Many workers expressed their gratitude and support for the former CEO on X, formerly known as Twitter.

Naturally, Sam was making a suggestion about the decision he would soon make regarding his return to the position of CEO. Now that OpenAI has recruited a second new temporary CEO (and three in the last few days alone), things are not going well. It will be intriguing to see the AI company’s future developments and course of action.

What do you think about Sam Altman’s resignation from OpenAI and the appointment of the former CEO of Twitch as the new acting CEO? Tell us in the comments section below.

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