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Musk withdraws breach of contract lawsuit against OpenAI

Musk Dismissal of proceedings The company filed a lawsuit against OpenAI just one day before a California court judge was set to hear OpenAI’s motion to dismiss. Musk filed the lawsuit in February, accusing OpenAI co-founders Sam Altman and Greg Brockman of violating the company’s nonprofit status and putting profits at the expense of their use. Artificial intelligence helps humans.

inside 35 page packageMusk had been accused OpenAI has become a “de facto closed-source subsidiary” of Microsoft, which invested $13 billion in the company and owns 49% of the shares. Microsoft uses OpenAI’s technology to power Copilot, the company’s generative AI tool that is deeply integrated into products such as Windows and Office.

OpenAI has It is said It asked that the lawsuit be dismissed, saying Musk would use any information generated to gain access to the company’s “proprietary records and technology.” The company also said there was no founding agreement that could be breached.

OpenAI and Musk’s attorney Alex Spiro did not respond to Engadget’s requests for comment.

In 2015, Musk became a co-founder of OpenAI and left the company three years later due to disagreements over the direction of the organization. He runs xAI, an artificial intelligence startup that produces Grok, a ChatGPT competitor built into X and available to paying customers. xAI recently proposed $6 billion in financing from top investors including Andreessen Horowitz and Sequoia Capital.

On Monday, Musk explain He will ban his company from using Apple devices after Apple integrates ChatGPT into its operating system through a partnership with OpenAI.



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