Sam Altman will step down as CEO of OpenAI and will be replaced by Mira Murati on an interim basis. Altman's departure comes after OpenAI's board of directors expressed a lack of confidence in his ability to lead the company, citing a lack of candor in his communications with the board. OpenAI, which has raised billions of dollars and gained popularity with its AI chatbot ChatGPT, has a long-term partnership with Microsoft, who remains committed to the company under Murati's leadership. Altman, a prominent figure in Silicon Valley, has been an advocate for AI regulation and has spoken at various global events.
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