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OpenAI Investors try to get Sam Altman back

OpenAI Investors try to get Sam Altman back
Under Sam Altman, OpenAI went from a small non-profit to a multibillion-dollar company. (Image: WSJ)
The Wall Street Journal
By Keach Hagey, Berber Jinm and Deepa SeetharamanOpenAI’s investors are making efforts to bring back Sam Altman, the chief executive officer who was ousted Friday, the latest development in a fast-moving chain of events at the artificial intelligence (AI) company behind ChatGPT.Altman is thinking about returning but has told investors that if he does return, he wants a new board and governance structure, people familiar with the matter said. He has separately discussed starting a company that would bring on former OpenAI employees, includ...

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