Sam Altman, founder and CEO of Open AI, said he is “completely wrong” that anti-Semitism is not “as bad as people claim it is,” especially on the left.
Altman, who recently wrested control of the company he founded from the fugitive board, took to X on Thursday evening to discuss the dramatic wave of anti-Semitism across the U.S.
ChatGPT’s founder, who is Jewish, said that “for a long time” he believed anti-Semitism was “not as bad” as people said it was.
“For a long time I have said that anti-Semitism, especially on the American left, is not as bad as people claim,” he said. Altman said. “I would just like to point out that I was completely wrong.”
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“I still don’t really understand it,” Altman said. “Or know what to do about it. But it’s so—–.”
This week, the founder of OpenAI was named by Time magazine as “CEO of the Year.”
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“Building superintelligence will be a society-wide project,” Altman told TIME. “We would love to be a problem, but it won’t be just one company. It will be much bigger than any one company.”
Fox News Digital’s Timothy Nirozzi contributed to this report.
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