, November 11 According to Forbes News, on the 21th local time, more than 20 employees of OpenAI signed a joint letter demanding the resignation of the company's board of directors.

Data map: Sam Altman.

The board of directors "fired" former chief executive officer (CEO) Sam Altman and former president Greg Brockman "has jeopardized all of our work and undermined our mission and our company," the letter said.

The letter states that unless the board resigns and reinstates Altman and Brockman, they will join Microsoft's artificial intelligence research division.

According to reports, OpenAI has a total of about 770 employees.

Data map: OpenAI's logo.

According to previous reports, on the 17th local time, OpenAI announced that Altman will no longer serve as the company's CEO and will leave the company's board of directors, on the grounds that the board believes that Altman is "not always honest" in the process of communicating with the board of directors, hindering him from fulfilling his duties, and "the board no longer believes that Altman has the ability to continue to lead OpenAI". In addition, the company's co-founder and president, Greg Brockman, will no longer serve as chairman of the board.

On the 19th local time, Satya Nadella, chief executive officer (CEO) of Microsoft Corporation in the United States, announced that Altman and Brockman and their former colleagues will join Microsoft to lead a new senior artificial intelligence research team.