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Tech News Today: Altman’s New AI Venture, SpaceX Starship Failure, and More

The top announcements of the day include Sam Altman’s possible return to OpenAI as CEO or his new AI venture, similarly, SpaceX’s biggest rocket Starship also failed eight minutes after lift-off.

1. Sam Altman might return to OpenAI

Sam Altman is reported to have returned to OpenAI as a CEO just a day after he was fired from the position. Similarly, another set of reports also suggests that Altman is already working on a new AI venture that could compete against OpenAI. In fact, Kholsa Ventures’s (early backer of OpenAI) founder Vinod Khosla tweeted that he “will back him in whatever he does next.”

2. SpaceX Starship failed

SpaceX’s biggest rocket Starship again failed in its second attempt. However, it did achieve a crucial manoeuvre to separate from its core Starship stage. Starship is designed by SpaceX to carry astronauts to the moon and behind, and the company has spent over $2 billion on the rocket.

3. Tech giants pause advertisement on X, previously known as Twitter

Big tech companies like Apple, Disney, Lionsgate, and more have decided to pause advertisements on Elon Musk’s X owing to the endorsement of an anti-sematic post by Elon Musk.

4. Modi presses on educating people about AI and deep fake content

PM Narendra Modi, in a recent gathering, highlighted the importance of educating people about artificial intelligence and deep fake content. He also added that he even saw a deep fake video of him doing Garba.

Source: The Indian Express