Microsoft is genius for arranging all this to happen.


This has become a genuine coup.

continues to eat popcorn


OpenAI chief scientist Ilya Sutskever, who reportedly led the push to remove Altman, noted on X (formerly Twitter) that he had some regrets about the weekend of chaos inside OpenAI. “I deeply regret my participation in the board’s actions. I never intended to harm OpenAI,” said Sutskever. “I love everything we’ve built together and I will do everything I can to reunite the company.” Bizarrely, Sutskever’s name is on the list of resignations, too.

“I’ll do anything to reunite the company… in Microsoft.”


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Now they have the team, the chip, the cloud and the IP.


They own openai’s ip?


Here is a comment I copied from Hacker News:

If they join Sam Altman and Greg Brockman at Microsoft they will not need to start from scratch because Microsoft has full rights [1] to ChatGPT IP. They can just fork ChatGPT.

Also keep in mind that Microsoft hasn’t actually given OpenAI $13 Billion because much of that is in the form of Azure credits.

So this could end up being the cheapest acquisition for Microsoft: They get a $90 Billion company for peanuts.

[1] stratechery.com/…/openais-misalignment-and-micros…


Damn, all that because of the board. I reaaally want to know what actually drove them to fire Altman. I don’t think it was worth it but heh



I sense lawsuits in openai’s future.

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