openAyeAtaman, CEOchatgptAfter his release, it seemed that he would become the spokesperson for Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI), but he was unexpectedly dismissed on the 17th. The British Economist reported on the 18th that this will cause serious harm to OpenAI, which is at the forefront of generative AI, and may also slow down the progress of the entire AI industry.
Altman’s dismissal highlights OpenAI’s long-standing internal disputes and divisions in the AI industry. OpenAI, founded in 2015, is a non-profit organization co-founded by Altman, Brockman, Suzkowe and others. However, Altman took the lead in establishing a limited-profit company within OpenAI in 2019 and has sinceMicrosoftRaised 1 billion dollars.
In 2021, a group of senior employees became frustrated with OpenAI’s focus on commercialization and were asked to leave. In fact, Spirit also hopes to transform this former small laboratory into a flexible product-oriented company through the launch of ChatGPT.
The immediate impact of Ataman’s resignation on OpenAI is that the organization is suddenly leaderless, but the broader impact on the industry is difficult to understand. During his tenure as CEO, he pushed for the launch of new products, giving OpenAI an edge and forcing peers to step up to avoid being left behind.
If OpenAI focuses on security in the future, it is expected to slow down the development of the industry, and give competitors the opportunity to catch up with OpenAI.