In his post on his X account, Benioff stated that they could work with researchers who left OpenAI on artificial intelligence platforms called “Einstein”.
Talking about the opportunities to be offered, Benioff asked those who left OpenAI to send him their CVs via e-mail.
In the statement made by the OpenAI Board of Directors on Friday, it was stated that Altman resigned after the review process, and said, “The board of directors no longer has confidence in Altman’s ability to continue leading OpenAI.” The expression was used.
While it was reported in the news in the US press that Altman could establish a new artificial intelligence company or return to OpenAI, it was noted that some OpenAI employees were considering resigning if Altman was not reappointed as CEO.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced that Altman will join Microsoft to lead a new advanced artificial intelligence research team.
OpenAI employees had asked the current board to resign, threatening to leave the board and pursue Altman to work for Microsoft, the company’s largest investor.
Many of the company’s employees had signed a letter addressed to OpenAI’s board of directors stating that they “cannot work with individuals who lack competence, judgment, and care for the company’s mission and its employees.”