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The OpenAI/Sam Altman Saga – Who Won?



On Windows Weekly, Paul Thurrott, Richard Campbell, and Leo Laporte unpick the layers of Microsoft’s controversial dealings with Open AI, the ethical concerns at play, and the potential fallout on the tech industry after Sam Altman was fired…and then rehired!
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Hosts: Leo Laporte, Paul Thurrott, and Richard Campbell

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