openAyeA few weeks ago, it seemed unstoppable, and was expected to become the next Google or Facebook. However, it caused a huge backlash due to the “coup” last weekend. It is now used to compete with Netscape and Silicon Graphics. ) and Sun Microsystems, companies that once emerged in Silicon Valley but are now buried in the dust of history.
Nearly a year after OpenAI launched ChatGPIT worldwide, it has established itself as the world’s AI leader and set off a wave of creative destruction that is about to spread across the global economy, causing global economic disruption. Governments have been inspired to pay attention to this rapidly growing issue. The market for artificial intelligence (AI) is ready to be regulated.
According to MarketWatch analysis, after OpenAI’s self-immolation action last weekend, all this has become a dream.The board of directors unveiled OpenAI’s invincible golden appearance, and also removed two key assets-CEO Altman and co-founder and chairman Brockman Took it out. Both men soon became OpenAI’s largest investors.Microsoft,
Later, following in the footsteps of Altman and Brockman, OpenAI employees, including Chief Technology Officer Mira Murati, Chief Data Scientist Ilya Sutskever, Chief Operating Officer Brad Lightcap and approximately 500 employees, also threatened to resign unless the Board of Directors resigned. Gave. OpenAI employs approximately 700 people.
David Borish, an AI strategist who provides consulting services to many companies, pointed out that Microsoft acquired OpenAI without spending a penny. He also believes that real talents will no longer want to work for OpenAI because “the trend is over.” There will always be one person within the organization who can unify everything, and at OpenAI this is clearly Ultraman.
OpenAI was founded in 2015 by Altman, Brockman, Sutkwer, and Tesla CEO Musk, who were hoping to set guardrails for AI development. Fortune magazine reported that Suttwell also participated in overthrowing Ultraman, but now regrets it.
Dan Ives, an analyst at Wedbush Securities, pointed out that, in short, the OpenAI board thought it was winning at the children’s poker table until Microsoft and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella meaningfully “take away the entire bowl.”
Now, it seems that Microsoft has firmly understood the power of AI. This is reminiscent of the past when Microsoft used the IE browser to end the Netscape browser. It also makes some people in the industry worried about Microsoft’s influence in the field of AI.
berkeleyUniversity of CaliforniaSchool of Information professor and antitrust expert Steve Weber pointed out that at a time when the world’s attention is being captured by the dramatic growth of OpenAI, Microsoft is engaged in the ultimate AI antitrust heist: effectively acquiring a company that which earlier had only a minority stake. ‘s company. He warned that the “walled garden” Microsoft is trying to create is the enemy of AI innovation and AI safety, and regulatory authorities should pay close attention to the competition policy implications of the move.
The dean of global business at the Fletcher School of Tufts University pointed out that this reveals the chaotic state of OpenAI, and that AI pioneers will become more divided and controversial.
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