In a turn that is dramatic of belated Friday, ex-Y Combinator president Sam Altman had been fired as CEO of AI startup OpenAI, the business behind viral AI hits like ChatGPT, GPT-4 and DALL-E 3, by OpenAI’s board of administrators. Then, the company’s longtime president and co-founder, Greg Brockman, resigned — as performed three senior OpenAI scientists. And also the fallout goes on.

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It’s a situation that is fast-moving we’re still trying to get to the bottom of. No doubt more will become clear as time goes on. To make it easier to follow all that’s happened in the meantime, though, we’ve put together a timeline; we’ll do our best to keep it current.

Timeline of Sam Altman’s firing from OpenAI

January 5

The identity of OpenAI’s board observer has been revealed. According to Bloomberg, Microsoft has chosen Dee Templeton, VP for tech and research partnerships and operations and an advisor to Microsoft CTO Kevin Scott, as its board that is non-voting observer. Bloomberg claims that Templeton has started board that is attending; The Information previously reported that Templeton was being considered for the role.

November 29

Microsoft gains a board observer

Microsoft will gain representation on the new initial board of directors in the form of a observer that is non-voting OpenAI launched. It wasn’t immediately clear which this observer could be — only which they won’t have an vote that is official board business.

November 21

Sam Altman, OpenAI reach agreement on return as CEO and ‘initial’ new board

In a sudden late announcement, OpenAI revealed for him to return as the company’s CEO that it and Altman “have reached an agreement in principle. Along with Altman’s return, its brand-new board that is“initial include former Salesforce chief executive Bret Taylor, former US Secretary of the Treasury Larry Summers and Quora founder Adam D’Angelo.

— Greg Brockman (@gdb) (*)Murati told of Altman’s firing(*)Brockman alleges that Mira Murati, OpenAI’s CTO and CEO that is now interim informed on Thursday evening that Altman is fired.(*)

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