Emmett Shear, the new CEO of OpenAI, has expressed his negative thoughts about his time at Microsoft in a post on X. He compared the experience to “selling my soul” and criticized the company for its handling of Sam Altman’s termination. Shear’s apprehensions and informative assertions about AI suggest that he wants to slow down AI development, which is unlikely to benefit the relationship between OpenAI and Microsoft.
In a post on X, it was revealed that Sam Altman and Greg Brockman will now head up a new AI team at Microsoft, replacing the idea that Altman will return to OpenAI or continue not to be a part of OpenAI. The corporation has been silent about Shear’s reappointment as CEO, but it seems that Altman has finally gone to join Microsoft.