Talks continued Tuesday on the future of OpenAI, the artificial-intelligence company that has been roiled by turmoil and uncertainty since the nonprofit board that oversees the startup ousted Chief Executive Sam Altman last week.
The company’s board, senior leaders and Altman were discussing a way to “reunify” the company, according to an internal memo from Anna Makanju on Monday night.
“Our number one goal remains to reunify OpenAI and discussions are actively ongoing,” Makanju wrote in the memo, which was reviewed by The Wall Street Journal, and previously reported by Bloomberg News.
“These intense discussions can drag out, and I know it can feel impossible to be patient,” wrote Makanju, head of global affairs at OpenAI. “In the meantime, know that we have a plan that we are working toward. We will be sure to update you as soon as we have more details.”
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