Yet AI development is incredibly expensive and resource intensive, and according to Semafor’s report Mostaque has been internally criticized for his open approach to allowing AI researchers expensive server time. The CEO reportedly intends to stay in his position, but the company may be looking to hire another executive willing to actually focus on making money. As the company hopes to raise funds to a $4 billion valuation, time will tell if it can hold on to its ideals and still make enough money to survive.


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