OpenAI sacks ChatGPT Top CEO Sam Altman

OpenAI has dismissed CEO Sam Altman, a key figure in the AI revolution, following a review that found he was not consistently candid in his communications with the board.
OpwnAI on a blog post in Nigeria News Today disclosed that he has dismissed Altman due to inefficient communication
Altman, who became a tech sensation with the release of ChatGPT, an AI chatbot with unprecedented capabilities, was sacked following rumors on social media. The company's statement referred to its mission of making AI beneficial to everyone and said new leadership is needed for the company to move forward. Altman's departure was interpreted because of ethical concerns, and the board no longer has confidence in his ability to continue leading OpenAI. Microsoft has invested billions in OpenAI and has woven the company's technology into its offerings, including the search engine Bing. Altman has testified before US Congress and spoken with heads of state about AI, as pressure ramps up to regulate against risks such as AI's potential use in bioweapons and misinformation. Microsoft has a long-term agreement with OpenAI and remains committed to its partnership.