Does Microsoft have too much control over OpenAI?
- The tech giant’s role in Sam Altman’s reinstatement raises questions about corporate governance and rank opportunism
Sam Altman is the Rajnikanth of the AI world. In four days, he changed the OpenAI board that showed him the door, albeit with more than a little help from Microsoft, OpenAI’s largest investor. Many CEOs have been sacked only to return to their position years later, but Altman’s comeback is the quickest in corporate history.