Nadella’s announcement followed a drama-filled weekend that began with Altman’s unexpected firing from OpenAI on Friday, by the company’s board. In a press release, the board said the move was a result of a review that found Altman was “not consistently candid in his communications with the board” and added it no longer had confidence in Altman’s “ability to continue leading OpenAI.” Later that day, OpenAI President And Cofounder Greg Brockman announced he was quitting the company in response to the board’s decision. Key OpenAI investors attempted an intervention over the weekend to reinstate Altman. But on Sunday, the company’s board named former Twitch CEO Emmett Schear as his replacement.
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