Sam Altman, the former CEO of OpenAI, has been invited by Cardano founder Charles Hoskinson to take part in a decentralised large language model (LLM) initiative associated with the Cardano partnerchain. Cardano had previously declared that Polkadot stack would be used in its partnerchain. Altman, who was just fired from OpenAI, is receiving the invitation from Ethereum co-founder Charles Hoskinson.
Charles Hoskinson was invited after Sam Altman was sacked by the OpenAI board, according to Reuters. Mira Murati, the chief technology officer of OpenAI, will take over as acting CEO in the interim as the business looks for a long-term replacement. The board conducted a review process after which Altman left, claiming that their duties were hampered by inconsistent communication.
After Altman was fired, Greg Brockman, the president and co-founder of OpenAI, left the firm. Many staff, including Altman and Brockman themselves, were taken aback by the abrupt changes in management. They were informed of the decision only before it was made public. Ilya Sutskever, Chief Scientist of OpenAI, and three other independent members make up the company’s current four-person board. The company has not responded to Brockman’s allegations with any more remarks. With the release of ChatGPT last November, OpenAI, with major investment from Microsoft, led the way in the generative AI sector. ChatGPT immediately became one of the fastest-growing software products globally.