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Ilya Sutskever, OpenAI co-founder and longtime chief scientist, departs

Ilya Sutskever, OpenAI co-founder and longtime chief scientist, departs

Ilya Sutskever, OpenAI’s longtime chief scientist and one of its co-founders, has left the company.

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman announced the news in a post on X Tuesday evening.

“This is very sad to me; Ilya is easily one of the greatest minds of our generation, a guiding light of our field, and a dear friend,” Altman said. “OpenAI would not be what it is without him. Although he has something personally meaningful he is going to go work on, I am forever grateful for what he did here and committed to finishing the mission we started together.”

Replacing Sutskever is Jakub Pachocki, director of research at OpenAI. Pachocki joined in 2017 as a research lead on OpenAI’s Dota team — the team that built an AI system capable of defeating human players at Valve’s Dota 2 strategy game. Pachocki then became research lead at OpenAI’s reasoning and science of deep learning orgs before a promotion to principal of research.

It wasn’t immediately clear if Pachocki would also take over as head of OpenAI’s Superalignment team, which was until now Sutskever’s purview. OpenAI formed the Superalignment team in July to develop ways to steer, regulate and govern “superintelligent” AI systems — that is, theoretical systems with intelligence far exceeding that of humans. We’ve reached out to OpenAI for clarification.

Greg Brockman, OpenAI’s president, wrote on X that Sutskever “played a key role in helping build the foundations of what OpenAI has become today.”

Sutskever’s departure in many ways caps off a saga that began last November.

A week or so before Thanksgiving, Sutskever and OpenAI CTO Mira Murati approached members of OpenAI’s previous board of directors to express concerns about Altman’s behavior. At issue was disagreements over OpenAI’s direction; Sutskever is said to have grown frustrated over Altman’s rush to launch AI-powered features at the expense of work on safety.

The old board abruptly canned Altman without notifying just about anyone, including the bulk of OpenAI’s workforce. The move infuriated Microsoft and OpenAI’s other investors, put the company’s rumored stock sale at risk and led to the vast majority of OpenAI employees, including Sutskever, pledging to quit unless Altman was swiftly reinstated.

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