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By Ray Blanco
Like most thrilling episodes of a television drama, the Sam Altman/OpenAI saga pretty much ended up right where it began.
As of Tuesday evening, Sam Altman was reinstated by the board to his position of chief executive officer of OpenAI.
This was after being ousted (seemingly out of nowhere), negotiating his return, reportedly accepting a job at Microsoft, then resuming negotiations with OpenAI.
It was a very busy few days for all parties involved.
So it's business as usual now at OpenAI, right?
Not so fast.
Changing your chief executive three times over five days is a bell that can’t be completely unrung, no matter how nice everyone agrees to play going forward.
The company still hasn’t provided any specifics behind their reasoning to remove Altman in the first place. Their official reasoning was that he was removed due to a “deliberative review process by the board, which concluded that [Altman] was not consistently candid in his communications with the board, hindering its ability to exercise its responsibilities.”
That is a statement that creates more questions than it answers.
Altman may be happy with the resolution, but while so few details are available to the public, the common assumption will likely be that OpenAI – a company possibly more tightly associated with artificial intelligence than anyone else – is somewhat dysfunctional.
This is sure to concern any current or potential partners.
Such as Microsoft, who seemingly expected, at least for a few hours, that they would have a new head of their AI team with Sam Altman.
ChatGPT shocked the world when it was originally presented as a one-of-a-kind AI chatbot, but since then the field of competitors has become somewhat formidable.
With Bing, Bard, and Claude all matching or surpassing ChatGPT in many key ways.
With how big and lucrative a field artificial intelligence has become, it’s hard to imagine a company overcoming this kind of infighting to edge out the competition they are sure to face.
Possibly more concerning is that artificial intelligence is still establishing its reputation with the general public.
Many are slow to trust new technology, especially tech that has been at the heart of dystopian science fiction for decades, so any sort of turmoil among the big names seemingly in charge of this technology could possibly hurt overall trust and slow adoption.
Hopefully the folks at OpenAI have gotten it out of their system and can be on their best behavior going forward.
Time will tell.
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