Nhân viên OpenAI dọa nghỉ việc

một thành viên hội đồng quản trị từng tham gia việc sa thải Sam Altman khỏi vị trí giám đốc điều hành đã cùng với đa số nhân viên của công ty kêu gọi đảo ngược quyết định...
The future of OpenAI is in jeopardy (gặp nguy hiểm) after more than 700 of its 770 employees signed a letter yesterday saying they may leave the company for Microsoft if the ousted (lật đổ, đuổi; trục xuất; thẳng cẳng) chief executive (giám đốc điều hành), Sam Altman, is not reinstalled (khôi phục chức vụ) at the high-profile artificial intelligence (trí tuệ nhân tạo) start-up (khởi động).

OpenAI’s four-person board (hội đồng quản trị) shocked the tech industry (gây sốc cho ngành công nghệ) Friday afternoon when it removed Altman, saying it could no longer trust him. The decision by the board set off a frantic weekend that ended with Altman joining Microsoft to start a new A.I. project with Greg Brockman, OpenAI’s president and a company co-founder. Yesterday, OpenAI announced it was in talks to have Altman rejoin the company, only to say the same evening that he would not be returning.

The upheaval (biến động) leaves the future of one of the fastest-growing companies in Silicon Valley history in doubt.

Winners and losers: My colleague Kevin Roose, wrote that the situation was an overall loss for OpenAI, leaving its leadership and morale in shambles (tình trạng hỗn loạn). It was a win for Microsoft, which has invested $13 billion in OpenAI and will be able to continue using the start-up’s models to power its own products, while also giving a new, Altman-led team the money it needs to build new Microsoft-owned models.

It was also a victory for researchers and activists who have warned that A.I. systems were becoming too powerful. Some people on the board who ousted Altman were partially motivated (thúc đẩy) by similar concerns (lo ngại).

source: nytimes,

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