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In response to the dismissal of co-founder Sam Altman, a large number of OpenAI employees have expressed interest in joining Microsoft if the board of directors does not resign. Over 500 workers support this sentiment, with a total of 770 OpenAI staff members signing a letter expressing their views. The employees maintain that if the board does not resign, they will go to Microsoft.

Microsoft has assured the employees that there are positions for all OpenAI employees in their new subsidiary if they decide to join. Despite pressure from Microsoft and other investors to bring back Altman, OpenAI has appointed a new CEO, Emmett Shear. However, Shear denied reports that Altman had been fired over security concerns related to the use of AI technology.

OpenAI competes with other companies like Google and Meta in the development of AI-based applications. Generative AI platforms like ChatGPT are powered by large amounts of data, allowing them to answer questions in human-like language and generate and manipulate images or create sounds and expressions. While OpenAI has stood by its decision about Altman, Microsoft remains committed to its partnership with the company and is confident in its product roadmap.

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