• Mustafa Suleyman told OpenAI employees to “run with us” after a “totally crazy” weekend.
  • The co-founder and CEO of Inflection AI used Post X to promote his company and its progress.
  • He claimed to have the “second best LLM in the world” and was “growing MUCH further.”

The co-founder of Inflection AI talked about the “absolutely crazy” weekend experienced by his rival OpenAI and told employees to “run with us.”

Mustafa Suleyman, who is also CEO, spoke to X on Monday, offering condolences to “everyone involved” and taking the opportunity to announce the progress of his artificial intelligence startup.

“Meanwhile, we finished Inflection-2 training last night! It is currently the second best LLM in the world… and we are growing MUCH further,” Suleyman said in Post X. “Details coming soon. Run with us!”

In May, Inflection AI launched its Pi chatbot to compete with OpenAI’s ChatGPT. Pi was designed to serve users as a personal assistant, and it can generate emotional support and advice.

Inflection AI CEO’s comments about OpenAI come amid fallout displacement Sam Altman. The vast majority of the workforce revolted over the leadership changes, and that’s what happened he threatened to leave unless the board resigns and reinstates Altman.

Other AI companies are taking advantage of this moment to try to attract talent from the creator of ChatGPT. Kelsey Laymon, who works in X’s legal department, sent Monday: “I’ll just leave it here @xai Employs.”

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff promised in a statement Post X that it “would suit any OpenAI researcher who has resigned from OTE’s full cash and equity” to join the AI ​​research team.

There was an AI overkill backed by technology heavyweights According to Forbes, this includes former Google CEO Eric Schmidt, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and chipmaker Nvidia. This raised $1.3 billion TechCrunch reported that it was valued at $4 billion in June.

Suleyman co-founded the artificial intelligence company in 2022 “Paypal Mafia” LinkedIn member and co-founder Reid Hoffman. Previously, in 2010, he co-founded DeepMind, which was acquired by Google in 2014.

Inflection AI did not immediately respond to Business Insider’s request for comment made outside normal business hours.


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