How has the recent turmoil within the OpenAI offices changed your plans to use GPT in a business process or product in 2024?
Increased uncertainty means we are more likely to evaluate alternative AI chatbots and LLMs.
No change in plans, though we will keep an eye on the situation.
With Sam Altman back in charge, we are more likely to go all-in with GPT and LLMs.
What recent turmoil?
Charles Humble
Charles Humble

Charles Humble is a former software engineer, architect and CTO who has worked as a senior leader and executive of both technology and content groups. He was InfoQ’s editor-in-chief from 2014-2020, and was chief editor for Container Solutions from 2020-2023. He writes regularly for The New Stack and other publications, is a highly experienced content strategist, and has spoken at multiple international conferences including GOTO (keynote), Devoxx, WTF is SRE and QCon. His primary areas of interest are how we build software better, including sustainability and ethics, cloud computing, remote working, diversity and inclusion, and inspiring the next generation of developers. Charles is also a keyboard player, and half of the ambient techno band Twofish.

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