At OpenAI’s conference in San Francisco, Microsoft’s Satya Nadella and OpenAI’s Sam Altman displayed camaraderie, but trouble is on the horizon. OpenAI’s board ousted Mr. Altman, sparking uncertainty around the company’s future. Microsoft plans to keep its partnership with OpenAI, despite the turbulence. Furthermore, Microsoft has hired Mr. Altman and Greg Brockman, hinting at the potential absorption of OpenAI. With Microsoft’s $13 billion investment in OpenAI, both companies’ futures are intertwined. Industry insiders were surprised by Microsoft’s aggressive actions but Microsoft’s aggressive move demonstrated its control over OpenAI’s A.I. operations. There seems to be a shift in power dynamics between the two companies, resulting in greater uncertainty. Moreover, Mr. Nadella’s decisive actions are a clear indication of Microsoft’s influence over OpenAI.
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The TikTok ban in Montana has been temporarily blocked by a federal judge, Donald W. Molloy. The ban was meant to take effect next year. Molloy stated that the ban violated the First Amendment and issued a preliminary injunction to prevent it. TikTok has been in a legal battle with the state of Montana since […]Read More
The fuel for artificial intelligence is data and it is a concern for large businesses. The Data and Trust Alliance, a nonprofit group, developed standards for describing data origins and its legal rights. It includes data’s origin, history, and intended use. The purpose of these standards is to provide more information and clarity about data. […]Read More
On Thursday, Meta removed thousands of Facebook accounts based in China. The accounts were impersonating Americans and engaging in political debates in the United States. The company warned that this campaign could foretell coordinated international efforts to influence the 2024 presidential election. According to Meta, the network of fake accounts consisted of 4,789 accounts. They […]Read More