As a mathematician helping 73 years of surveys of Von Neumann's ;legacy I have a lot of questions about the ability of sam altman to lead human futures - he seems to have exited being in the right networks to advance humansai and to be taking out his own mis-steps on thioe who could help ai and millennials as first sustainability generation. At minimum check anything chatgpt tells you with bard answers to same Q&A volley
in 2019 he also changed an ngo to 100% corporate; i dont kmnow much about who edits https://fourweekmba.com/who-owns-openai/#:~:text=Major%20institutional%20shareholders%20comprise%20The,Investments%20(5.84%25%20ownership). but its asking sensible questions- double check whether its ownership profiles are upotodate in this fast moving space
Major institutional shareholders comprise The Vanguard Group (7.55% ownership), BlackRock (6.58% ownership), and Capital Research Global Investments (5.84% ownership).Ma
Sam Altman was born in 1985 in St. Louis, Missouri. He attended Stanford University, where he studied computer science and economics. In 2005, he dropped out of Stanford to start his first company, Loopt. Loopt was a social media app that allowed users to share their location with friends. The company was acquired by Foursquare in 2012.
In 2015, Altman co-founded OpenAI, a non-profit research company that is dedicated to developing safe and beneficial artificial intelligence. Altman is the current CEO of OpenAI.
Here is a summary of what Sam Altman was doing 20 and 10 years ago:
20 years ago (2003)
- Sam Altman was a sophomore at Stanford University, studying computer science and economics.
- He was also the president of the Stanford Computer Science Club.
- He was involved in several research projects, including one on artificial intelligence.
10 years ago (2013)
- Sam Altman was the CEO of Loopt, a social media app that allowed users to share their location with friends.
- The company was acquired by Foursquare in 2012.
- Altman was also a member of the board of directors of several other companies, including Quora and Reddit.
Sam Altman is a leading figure in the field of artificial intelligence. He is passionate about using AI to solve some of the world's biggest problems. He is also committed to ensuring that AI is developed safely and responsibly.
here is nards partial info on ownership- as you can see it is complicated but appears ultimately to be microsoft and about 205 owned by biggest wall street funds- it might ne useful if wall street queries economics models with as much publicity as it is now doing ai models since both are ultimately dependent on mathematicians and whos hiring them