Washington: After the advent of ChatGPT, there were strong speculations that common people will lose their jobs this time. Artificial intelligence will take away human jobs. Sam Altman, the company’s CEO, was fired in the midst of that speculation. CEO Sam Altman was ousted by OpenAI on Friday. According to the company, the company no longer has confidence in his skills.
Sam Altman (38) became famous in the tech world after ChatGPT was released in 2022. The Stanford University dropout created a mobile application called Loopt at the age of 19. It was a location based social networking site. He was then the CEO of Reddit until 2014. Sam Altman has been the face of ChatGPT since its debut in November 2022.
According to the board of OpenAI, this decision was taken after several reviews. The board’s decision, Altman never stood firm in his statement. It was affecting his work and responsibilities.
Meanwhile, OpenAI co-founder and president Greg Brockman also resigned from the company shortly after Altman was ousted from the company. “I am so proud of what we have built together, starting with my apartment 8 years ago,” he wrote on the X handle. We have had many hard and good times together. There are thousands of reasons why achieving this success was impossible, yet we have achieved so much. But after today’s news, I am announcing my resignation.”
Meera Murthy has been appointed as the internal CEO of the company for the time being after Altman was ousted as CEO.