Just like the real world, AI is not ready for women | by Napoleon | November 2023

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Just like the real world, artificial intelligence is not ready for women
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Sam Altman is back at Open AI.

It’s been a roller coaster ride for Sam, the face of AI. And his departure was entirely seen from the white man’s point of view.

Many were quick to compare the firing of Sam Altman from OpenAI to the firing of Steve Jobs from Apple, which he co-founded with Steve Wozniak.

But there is a difference – huge.

Steve Jobs was fired due to the commercial failures of the Lisa and the Macintosh Sam Altman was removed for putting profit over safety, pushing OpenAI technologies to the public without thinking about how it will affect the future of humanity.

The point of a startup founder is to always deliver on time, be first and see what happens.

Artificial intelligence has huge implications. Unlike Apple, the computers that failed never had the ability to function without any human intervention and think for themselves, which is within the realm of possibility with artificial intelligence.

Are we ready for the consequences?

It could be the end of humanity as we know it.

Of course, there is a possibility that all our fears will never come true, and that AI could instead shape a future that benefits humanity.

It’s still a toss-up.

How much does OpenAI cost?

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It was the biggest technological innovation, a corporate shake-up that no one expected. Confusion ensued. The following Monday, most OpenAI employees wanted Sam Altman back and threatened to resign en masse.

Within days, Sam was reappointed as CEO, along with Greg Brockman, who had been OpenAI’s president and resigned to support Altman.

Both were headed to Microsoft, OpenAI’s main investor, which owns 49% of the company, which played a key role in their return.

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