Read more: New AI lawsuit: Julian Sancton v. OpenAI, Microsoft
In the Southern District of New York, the author Julian Sancton filed a proposed copyright class action against OpenAI, its subsidiaries, and Microsoft. The Complaint is below: Using ChatGPT, we created a Table summarizing the 2 counts in the Complaint. Sancton v. OpenAI: Counts, Specific Allegations, and Named Defendants Count Specific Allegations Named Defendants Count…
Over 70% staff of OpenAI demands Board to resign and reinstate Sam Altman; Board member Ilya Sutskever joins mutinyRead more: Over 70% staff of OpenAI demands Board to resign and reinstate Sam Altman; Board member Ilya Sutskever joins mutiny
The turmoil at OpenAI keeps roiling. For a summary of the last 72 hours, click here. Now, over 500 employees, or over 70% of the company’s staff, threatened to join Microsoft’s new AI unit if the OpenAI Board members don’t resign. Kara Swisher and Wired broke the story. Shockingly, one of the Board Members and…
After wavering, OpenAI Board sticks to its firing of Sam Altman. Microsoft hires Altman and Brockman to start new AI unit.Read more: After wavering, OpenAI Board sticks to its firing of Sam Altman. Microsoft hires Altman and Brockman to start new AI unit.
The last 72 hours played out like a corporate Game of Thrones, with head-spinning twists, and shocking turn of events. Late Friday, the OpenAI Board announced it had fired its popular CEO and co-founder Sam Altman, in a stunning post on its website. That led its President and co-founder Greg Brockman to quit in protest;…
Read more: Google, Microsoft, Anthropic form the AI Frontier Model Forum
After the White House announced voluntary commitments by 8 AI companies to safety measures, Google, Microsoft, and Anthropic announced the formation of the “Frontier Model Forum, an industry body focused on ensuring safe and responsible development of frontier AI models.”
Read more: Is Bard better than ChatGPT & Microsoft in financial advice?
Based on our quick test using financial investment questions, we surmise that none of the three (Google Bard, ChatGPT, and Microsoft) has a clear edge, no pun intended.