According to the interface news report, on November 20th, hundreds of OPENAI employees wrote a letter to the board of directors. They said that the company fired Sam Altman and Greg The behavior of Greg Brockman has lost the mission of the company and all employees. The behavior of the board of directors has shown that they are unable to regulate OpenAI.
These employees mentioned in the letter that they hope that the board of directors can take the initiative to resign and set up a new and better board of directors.
These employees also stated that if all members of the board of directors do not change, they may choose to leave, and then join the team of Ultraman and Brockman in Microsoft, unless the board restores Ultraman and Brock Man's position.
It is worth noting that among the 700 OPENAI employees, 505 people signed together and sent an open letter to the board, telling them that if the CEO SAM Altman and the co -founder Greg Brockman, they could not be dismissed, When re -position, they will choose to resign collectively and join Microsoft.
In this signature, even the chief scientist ILYA, who participated in the "action" of the board of directors, has just expressed on social media that he regrets that he has regretted participation in this process.
If these people really choose to join Microsoft, then Microsoft should be very happy? This is almost equivalent to Microsoft directly taking over Openai! So the question comes, the employees of Openai collectively propose to leave, so will Microsoft become their new home? The extremely shocking science and technology storm is quietly surging inside Openai.
More than 500 employees jointly sent a signal to the board: If the CEO Sam Altman and co -founder Greg Brockman will not be allowed to re -hold their positions, they will choose to resign and join Microsoft.
This news has attracted widespread attention in the technology industry.
Employees criticized the board of directors in the letter to destroy the company's mission and value, and at the same time emphasized the importance of their work in AI security and governance to global regulations.
Microsoft responded to Xun Xun