Elon Musk sued OpenAI over ChatGPT, claiming it cheated on the original mission

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Elon Musk is taking ChatGPT’s parent company to court over what he claims is reneging on its contract with the AI ​​giant — which he claims has turned its back on humanity … it’s all about looking for dollars.

The billionaire tech company just filed a lawsuit against OpenAI — a company it helped start/fund back in 2015 — alleging that CEO Sam Altman and President Greg Brockman org’s original humanitarian mission has become nothing more than a profit-seeking venture.

In documents obtained by TMZ, Musk says he, Altman, Brockman, and others established a founding agreement for OpenAI at its inception — a constitution of sorts, if you will – which Musk clearly claims they are doing all this for. For the benefit of all people … not for profit.

He also claims that another principle he came up with was to make his code open and available to the public… so that people could understand and contribute to the development of the technology.

Elon says in his lawsuit that the founding agreement he wrote was actually memorialized as his new company’s north star — but last year, he claims, when he created ChatGPT’s new When the latest version was rolled out, the rest of the OpenAI honchos were fired.

Of course, he’s referring to GPT-4 … which Elon and others have called the smartest iteration of AI yet — and Elon claims that Microsoft has an exclusive licensing agreement with OpenAI. A ton of money has also been paid for it.

The problem, Elon contends, is that GPT-4’s courage to come together was completely hidden… what he says was a commitment to openness and transparency to the public in the founding agreement nearly 10 years ago. There is a complete separation from .

Elon also points to the whole episode of Altman being booted from the OpenAI board and then brought back a few days later with friendly Microsoft board members as further evidence that OpenAI has abandoned its original mission. has clearly stopped… and is now just chasing profits.

Elon is suing for breach of contract, among other claims — and wants an order requiring OpenAI to follow the original founding agreement that made the technology available to the public rather than pursuing financial gains. It was kept open.

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Danny Freeman

Danny Freeman is a correspondent for usnewsdaily , based in Philadelphia. The Emmy Award-winning reporter joined usnewsdaily in 2023 from NBC10 in Philadelphia.While at NBC10, Freeman worked as an Investigative Reporter focused on campaign finance, environmental issues, and police accountability.Freeman returned to the East Coast after working as a political reporter for NBC 7 in San Diego, where he hosted “Politically Speaking,” the station’s weekly public affairs show. Prior to that, he was a reporter at KGET-17 News, the NBC affiliate in Bakersfield, California.
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