Ilya Sutskever, who played a role in ousting Sam Altman from OpenAI, has left the company

Kathmandu. Ilya Sutskever, the co-founder and chief scientist of OpenAI, is going to leave the company. Social networking A post on X Writing, Ilya Sutskever said that he will leave OpenAI.

“After nearly a decade, I have decided to leave OpenAI,” Sutskeverle wrote on X. In addition, he has expressed his belief that Artificial General Intelligence (AGIE) will be built under the leadership of other colleagues Sam Altman, Greg Brockman, Mira Murati and Jakub Pachocki. He said that the AGI will be both safe and profitable.

The role of Ilya Sutskever is equally important in bringing OpenAI, which is a major investment of Microsoft, to its present height. In particular, he was in favor of not mixing the interest of profit in AI. Sutskever played a key role in the dramatic firing and appointment of Sam Altman in November of last year. At that time he was on the board of OpenAI.

OpenAI announced its new model in an event just this week. Overall, OpenAI is currently developing at a very high speed. In such a situation, Ilya Sutskever, who is also a co-founder, has left the company with great importance.

Sutskever has been in the AI ​​field for a long time. Before founding OpenAI, he worked as a researcher at Google Brain. According to his personal website, he was also a researcher at Stanford.

After leaving OpenAI, he said that he will continue working on his own new project. He said that it is meaningful for him and he will give all the information when the time comes.

Last updated: May 2, 2081 15:45

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