Sam Altman’s Move to Microsoft Is Not Yet Done

Sam Altman’s move to Microsoft is not yet done as the just-fired CEO is still trying to return to his old role at OpenAI. The flipping of Sutskever to supporting Altman now means that two members of the board need to change their minds on things.

Sam Altman’s Move to Microsoft

Sam Altman’s Move to Microsoft

The surprise move of Sam Altman to Microsoft after his shock firing at OpenAI is still not a done deal yet. He as well as co-founder Greg Brockman are still willing to make a return to OpenAI if the remaining members of the board who fired him step aside, multiple sources reveal to The Verge.

The promised mass exodus of virtually every employee at OpenAI which is inclusive of board member as well as chief scientist Ilya Sutskever, who reportedly led the initial move to depose Altman! simply means that there is more pressure on the board than ever, with only two members of the three remaining members needing to flip. Altman reportedly posted on X that “we are all going to work together some way or other,” which we are now told that it is meant to show that the reported fight continues.

The Conditions Needed For the Return of Altman

Altman, who is the former president of Brockman, and the investors of the company are still trying to get to a graceful exit for the board, say multiple sources with direct knowledge of the whole situation. The sources in question characterized the hiring announcement by Microsoft, which at the time needed to have a resolution to the crisis just before the stock market was opened on Monday, as a “holding pattern.”

What Microsoft Has To Say about the New Development

It was earlier reported that Sam Altman has been hired by Microsoft. And with that said, When asked for a comment on the matter from Microsoft, a spokesperson from the company has reportedly declined to provide one.



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