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Sam Altman, the former CEO of OpenAI, has not given up on regaining his position after being abruptly fired. He and the former president, Greg Brockman, are reportedly negotiating with Microsoft to run a new artificial intelligence laboratory. However, they are still keen on returning to OpenAI. There is a threat of 500 company workers resigning if the company’s board doesn’t resign and the fired executives aren’t reinstated.

The desire for Altman and Brockman to regain their positions is also supported by Microsoft. Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, stated that the options are open for the two fired executives. He also mentioned that changes need to happen around the governance of OpenAI. Ilya Sutskever, co-founder of OpenAI and company executive, was allegedly one of the main reasons behind Altman’s dismissal but is now supporting their return.

In other news, niche newsletters are gaining attention in various forums. Topics such as their relevance, how they can help with professional growth, and their potential to keep one updated in a specific area of interest are being discussed in different platforms. Both Sam Altman’s situation and niche newsletters are hot topics in forums and clubs.

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