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Company OpenAI and its CEO Sam Altman are facing a lawsuit from Elon Musk.

The original plan of OpenAI was to develop artificial intelligence for the benefit of humanity and not for profit. Elon Musk founded OpenAI in 2015 and subsequently left in 2018. Originally, according to the lawsuit, Elon Musk was also supposed to have been approached by OpenAI co-founder Greg Brockman in connection with a plan to create an open-source non-profit organization.

Now, he has invested $MSFT+0.2%in OpenAI and plans to further solidify his relationship with the company, and Musk doesn't like that.

Although Musk is surprisingly likeable to me, because despite the mistakes he tries and works hard, but here I think it will be nothing, respectively for such a giant as MSFT it is nothing, I think nothing will affect the price and their cooperation and development will still be. 😊

Is that where I feel Musk is more likely to pay for court costs, or does he have a chance there?

I also think it's more likely that he'll get off then, back out but pay something, but it won't be a painful amount for him.

@mondaydayton that's right, for him it will be like one lunch for me:D

Great thanks:)

Typical America. When you see an opportunity to make money out of something, go for it. 😂😂😂

I guess so :D

Yeah, well :D I wonder how it's going to turn out

Well yeah the US concept of law has sometimes had unexpected results. Historically it comes from the belief that what is right is not what the ruler decrees, but what the people agree on. But over time, I think they have mutated that into an incredibly complex and expensive system. (as in what they agree to find out, define and enforce) this is perhaps even more "funny"


Well, that's a good bizarro