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6 Mar, 2024
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OpenAI has responded to Elon Musk's lawsuit, asserting that Musk once sought "absolute control" of the company by merging it with Tesla. The organization plans to dismiss all of Musk's claims from the breach of contract lawsuit filed last week.

In a blog post, OpenAI co-founders detailed Musk's desire for control, including majority equity, initial board control, and the CEO position. OpenAI rejected these terms, believing it contradicted the mission for any individual to have absolute control.

Musk's lawsuit accuses OpenAI of becoming a "closed-source de facto subsidiary" of Microsoft, prioritizing profit over humanity. OpenAI defends its decisions, stating that Musk understood the mission did not require open-sourcing artificial general intelligence (AGI).