ohThe company’s former CEO Sam Altman’s tweet hinted that Pun would return to AI. Altman and former board member Greg Brockman, who resigned from the company, visited OpenAI’s headquarters in San Francisco to discuss the matter. According to a Reuters report, the two were summoned by OpenAI interim CEO Mira Muratti.
Altman shared a picture of himself on X wearing the guest tag given to visitors to OpenAI. He shared the picture with the caption, ‘First and last time I wear one of these.’
This caption has two meanings. Now if he arrives at the Open AI headquarters, it won’t be as a guest. Be part of the company. Otherwise he will never step foot in this company again.
According to The Verge report, Sam Altman has set strict terms and a time frame for a decision to return to Open AI.
Altman’s main condition is that if he returns to the company, none of the board members who fired him as CEO should be on the company’s board.
Meanwhile, there are reports that if Sam Altman returns, he may become a Microsoft board member with a 49 percent stake in the company. There are also talks of bringing Microsoft on board, along with efforts to bring back Sam Altman. But Microsoft is also likely to choose a non-voting board observer position without being a board member.
Meanwhile, there is an assessment that Sam Altman is unlikely to return to Open AI. Because it is reported that he has already started efforts to initiate the new venture. He is in the process of raising investment for the venture, codenamed Tigris, according to a Bloomberg report. According to the report, Altman is trying to start an AI chip manufacturing company that will compete with Nvidia Corp. However, preliminary discussions regarding this are only going on.