OpenAI's Altman seeks more funding from Microsoft for AGI

Our 'one single product' is 'intelligence, magic intelligence in the sky'

John Leonard
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Sam Altman. Source Wikimedia. Credit: James Tamim
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Sam Altman. Source Wikimedia. Credit: James Tamim

Sam Altman, CEO of ChatGPT creator OpenAI, has said he hopes Microsoft will keep investing in the company as it works to develop artificial general intelligence (AGI).

Earlier this year, Microsoft announced a $10 billion multiyear investment in OpenAI, adding to a previous $3 billion investment and, giving it a 49% in the company which was then valued at around $...

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