The division among the OpenAI board members appears to be expanding rapidly in the wake of the organization’s announcement that Sam Altman was removed for lack of confidence.
Greg Brockman, co-founder and president of OpenAI, declared his resignation from the organization shortly after that.
OpenAI’s Greg Brockman resigns.
Greg Brockman posted on the social media platform X:
“I’m super proud of what we’ve all built together since starting in my apartment 8 years ago. We’ve been through tough & great times together, accomplishing so much despite all the reasons it should have been impossible. But based on today’s news, I quit.”
Brockman was slated to relinquish his role as board chairman but maintain his employment with the organization, assuming a reporting position under the newly appointed CEO under the recently disclosed modifications.
Meanwhile, the question at hand pertains to whether Sam Altman’s exit would result in a significant departure of talented individuals from the organization in the future.
However, the repercussions of Altman’s departure from the OpenAI board have already permeated his other projects, like Worldcoin.