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Cardano founder woos ex-OpenAI titan Sam Altman to build decentralized LLM

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  • The founder of Cardano has invited Sam Altman, the former CEO of OpenAI (ChatGPT), to work on a decentralized Large Language Model (LLM) on the Partnerchain. 
  • Also, 3 prominent researchers at OpenAI, Jakub Pachocki, Aleksander Madry, and Szymon Sidor, are said to have left following the resignation of CEO Sam Altman and President Greg Brockman.
  • Since Sam left OpenAi, Worldcoin’s token, WLD, fell more than 13% on the day to $1.91, according to CoinMarketCap.

The crypto industry is all about not missing out on investment opportunities. On that note, Cardano’s Charles Hoskinson has sent an invitation to Sam Altman after his troublesome situation at OpenAI.

Cardano’s founder’s invitation to Sam Altman comes after he was fired as the CEO of OpenAI (ChatGPT). Charles invites him to work on developing a decentralized Large Language Model (LLM) on the Cardano Partnerchain. 

Cardano’s Charles Hoskinson extends an olive branch to Sam Altman

Hoskinson publicly reached out to Altman on the X platform, writing, “Sam @sama since you have some free time now. If you are interested in doing a decentralized LLM, then hit me up. Would be a fun Cardano Partnerchain.”

This unexpected alliance has the ability to bring the innovative brains of two significant leaders in the computer world together.

Notably, this invitation comes just days after OpenAI announced Altman’s resignation and the appointment of Mira Murati as interim CEO. The board of directors cited a lack of transparency in Altman’s actions as the reason for his departure from OpenAI. 

In addition, three prominent researchers at OpenAI, Jakub Pachocki, Aleksander Madry, and Szymon Sidor, are said to have left following the resignation of CEO Sam Altman and President Greg Brockman. Meanwhile, the exits complicate the recent upheaval at OpenAI, hinting at internal issues.

Notably, this instability comes as OpenAI undergoes a big leadership turnover, raising concerns about the influential AI developer’s future path.

Although the circumstances underlying these exits and OpenAI leadership are unknown, they have the ability to affect the course of OpenAI’s strategic decisions and research endeavors. 

Meanwhile, Sam Altman and Greg Brockman voiced shock and dissatisfaction with the board’s decision to fire Altman. Altman’s quick departure, allegedly the result of a power struggle, adds to the drama. Sam Altman has left a cliffhanger on X, stating:

Sam compared the experience to “reading your eulogy while you’re still alive” and hinted at probable legal ramifications if he expressed unhappiness with the board’s decision.

Cardano’s market performance

Cardano, a blockchain platform recognized for its devotion to robust technology and decentralized applications, has been making headlines in the crypto market. Charles Hoskinson’s invitation to Sam Altman demonstrates Cardano’s ambition to push the boundaries of innovation in the technology sector. 

Even in relation to AI, the idea of a decentralized Large Language Model resonates with Cardano’s concept of generating sustainable and scalable solutions.

A decentralized LLM represents a fundamental shift in how artificial intelligence (AI) is being researched and used. A strategy like this might provide improved security, transparency, and accessibility by employing blockchain technology. 

Furthermore, a hypothetical partnership between Cardano and Altman might result in the development of a ground-breaking platform that goes beyond standard centralized AI models.

The current price of Cardano (ADA) is $0.3591, with a 24-hour trading volume of $369,749,349. Cardano is 0.4% down in the last 24 hours.

Worldcoin tanks to new lows

Worldcoin’s token, WLD, fell more than 13% on the day to $1.91, CoinMarketCap data showed. At the time of writing, the price of Worldcoin price stands at $1.97, a change of -3.76% over the past 24 hours. The recent price action in Worldcoin left the token market cap at $225,910,076.58.

May saw the $115 million Series C funding round for Altman’s crypto initiative, which was led by Blockchain Capital. Worldcoin acquires users through the use of its Orb, which conducts iris scans. An “iris code” or “World ID” is subsequently generated for each user, which enables them to access the project’s application and furnishes them with a “digital passport.”

As of the beginning of November, Worldcoin’s application has accumulated more than four million installations, and its active user base has “more than doubled” worldwide, according to a blog post

More than 2.4 million “unique humans” use Worldcoin, and the company’s website indicates that over 59,000 daily wallet transactions and approximately 53,800 new accounts have been created in the past week as of this writing.

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Florence Muchai

Florence is a crypto enthusiast and writer who loves to travel. As a digital nomad, she explores the transformative power of blockchain technology. Her writing reflects the limitless possibilities for humanity to connect and grow.

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