Just when former OpenAI CEO Sam Altman was determined not to return to the pot and the situation seemed to have been settled, Microsoft dropped another blockbuster: Microsoft CEO Nadella announced at X that Sam Altman and OpenAI’s former chairman of the board Greg Brockman Will both join Microsoft and work with many former colleagues from OpenAI to create a new advanced AI research team at Microsoft.
This basically overturned Altman’s original idea of launching a self-made company. At the same time, Microsoft also turned around in an instant. From the obvious loser in the entire incident, it seemed to have become a winner again. Although it does not include the entire OpenAI team, the AI department led by Altman will be able to quickly establish a framework and will have a great advantage in recruiting people. It seems to be able to accelerate Microsoft’s pace in the AI field. Nadella also stated in the article that he will move forward quickly and provide Altman with the resources he needs to achieve success.
As for OpenAI, Nadella said that he will continue to maintain a good cooperative relationship with it, but if half of the OpenAI team that has left can be successfully recovered, it does not seem to be so crucial.
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