OpenAI Chairman resigns
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OpenAI Chairman resigns

`I’m incredibly proud of what we’ve built together since starting in my apartment 8 years ago,` Brockman responded in Altman’s post on X about the CEO leaving OpenAI.

Brockman said he will continue to believe in OpenAI’s mission in developing general AI (AGI) to benefit all humanity.

OpenAI co-founder Greg Brockman.

Brockman was born in 1989 in North Dakota (USA), reached the final of Intel’s scientific talent search competition in 2006. In 2008, he enrolled in Harvard University but dropped out a year later.

In 2013, Brockman became Stripe’s first CTO and grew the company from 5 to 205 employees.

Last year, Brockman spent much of his time addressing criticism aimed at ChatGPT.

On November 17 (morning of November 18 Hanoi time), OpenAI announced that they no longer trust Altman’s leadership ability and he will no longer serve as CEO.

The new move was considered `extremely sudden` and shocked the technology community.

According to technology journalist Kara Swisher, Altman’s `chaotic departure` may have been related to growing tensions between the company’s orientation as a nonprofit and the company’s profitability.

`The nonprofit side is increasingly concerned about the pace of corporate growth, which they believe conflicts with the mission of caution and safety in AI development,` Swisher said.

Meanwhile, analysts say the chaos at OpenAI is an opportunity for companies racing in artificial intelligence.

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