OpenAI CEO Sam Altman admitted in a post on X that he had been wrong in the past to think that anti-Semitism, especially from leftists in the U.S., was not at the level that people alleged.
Altman wrote, “For a long time i said that antisemitism, particularly on the american left, was not as bad as people claimed. i’d like to just state that i was totally wrong. i still don’t understand it, really. or know what to do about it. but it is so f*****,” he concluded.
Elon Musk chimed in to agree, simply replying, “Yes.” The wealthy business magnate has previously described himself as “philosemitic.”
“Exactly how I felt before and I found the past month so disorienting but once you see it you can’t unsee it. And it is bringing profound unity to the Jewish people,” someone else tweeted in response to Altman’s post.
“When you speak about it and call it out, being a major leader in tech, it helps those who don’t believe it take pause and listen. The tools you are building are more important than anything, making sure AI GPT responses give factual and clear information to those who are seeking information and answers,” someone else posted.
“Start with DEI: any ‘group’ that is deemed…
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