Elon Musk has expressed concern about the potential dangers of artificial intelligence and has called for OpenAI, the most powerful AI company, to disclose the reason for firing CEO Sam Altman. Altman was dismissed from OpenAI, which makes ChatGPT, with the company citing a lack of confidence in his ability to lead. Musk, a former board member of OpenAI, left the company in 2018 due to a conflict of interest with Tesla, but has been vocal about his concerns regarding AI’s impact on society. There is speculation that Altman’s removal may be related to disagreements within the company’s leadership on how to address the potential dangers of AI, with Altman seeking more funding for development and others calling for more caution. OpenAI’s co-founder Ilya Sutskever, who played a role in Altman’s dismissal, has been focused on ensuring the safety of the technology before Altman’s removal. This includes creating a “Super Alignment” team to prevent potential harm to society from future versions of the technology. Musk’s own AI company is likely to benefit from the turmoil at OpenAI. The reasons for Altman’s firing remain undisclosed, but there is speculation that it may be related to differing perspectives on the risks associated with AI.