Elon Musk Drops Lawsuit Against OpenAI, Sparks Speculation on Company’s Future

Elon Musk Withdraws Lawsuit Against Sam Altman and OpenAI

On Tuesday, Elon Musk dropped his lawsuit against OpenAI and its co-founders, Sam Altman and Greg Brockman. The lawsuit had been filed in March, with Musk accusing the AI startup of abandoning its nonprofit mission. However, the case was set to be heard in a San Francisco court before it was withdrawn.

In his lawsuit, Musk had criticized the company’s partnership with Microsoft, claiming that it prioritized profits over benefiting humanity. Despite leaving OpenAI in 2018, he filed the lawsuit in response to the company’s alleged change in strategy.

The strength of Musk’s case had previously been questioned by experts due to the lack of a written contract between him and Altman. OpenAI dismissed the lawsuit as “incoherent” and “contradictory,” suggesting that Musk was envious of the company’s progress without his involvement.

Despite this legal battle, Musk continued to publicly criticize OpenAI on social media. Representatives for Altman, OpenAI, and Musk did not immediately provide comments on the lawsuit withdrawal.

This story is still developing, and further updates will be provided when available.

On Tuesday, Elon Musk dropped his lawsuit against OpenAI and its co-founders, Sam Altman and Greg Brockman. The lawsuit had been filed in March, with Musk accusing the AI startup of abandoning its nonprofit mission. However, the case was set to be heard in a San Francisco court before it was withdrawn. In his lawsuit,…

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