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Drama in OpenAI
OpenAI CEO Sam Altman is leaving the company and leaving its board of directors after a board review found that he "was not consistently honest in his communications with the board." (OpenAI)
OpenAI CTO Mira Murati becomes the company's interim CEO (The Verge)
Sources: Sam Altman's exit followed a “misalignment” between OpenAI's profit and nonprofit sides, given the company's development speed could be viewed as risky (Kara Swisher)
Ilya Sutskever and his allies on the OpenAI board may have been put off by Sam Altman looking to raise funds for new companies off of OpenAI's name (Bloomberg)
OpenAI fires co-founder and CEO Sam Altman for allegedly lying to the company's board of directors. The board said Altman "has not been consistently honest in his communications with the board" and has lost trust. (The Guardian)
Greg Brockman describes Ilya Sutskever's role in Sam Altman's firing and Brockman's removal from the OpenAI board, as well as Mira Murati's foreknowledge (Greg Brockman)
Microsoft se dozvěděla o odvolání generálního ředitele Sama Altmana pouhou minutu před zveřejněním zprávy. (Axiom)
To warm up
Researchers have shown for the first time that a large proportion of the cryptographic keys used to protect data in SSH traffic between computers are vulnerable to complete disclosure. (Ars Technica, PDF)
Elon Musk railed against shadow bans - now he's using them against his critics. Musk is a self-proclaimed champion of free speech. Sometimes. (Daily Dot)