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### Strike by American Airlines Flight Crew Leads to Musical Chairs Game Among AI Executives

American Airlines flight attendants are asking federal officials for the right to go on strike, pos…

Although there is “no possibility” of a protest during the holiday season, American Airlines flight attendants are seeking approval from national authorities to strike, possibly before the conclusion of the Christmas and New Year’s period.

On Monday, the union leaders of the flight attendants requested permission from the National Mediation Board to strike following a 30-day “cooling-off period.” They expressed frustration over the lack of progress in negotiations regarding a new contract for employees who have not received salary increases since 2019.

Meanwhile, Southwest pilots have established a strike center in Dallas this week. Should they fail to reach a contract agreement with the airline in the coming days, officials from the Southwest Airlines Pilots Association have indicated that they will also pursue the option to strike.

Turmoil Among Artificial Intelligence Leaders

In the midst of Microsoft dismissing its CEO and facing threats of employee unrest related to disagreements on the safest approach to artificial intelligence development, the company behind ChatGPT finds itself in a state of upheaval.

These events unfolded following a tumultuous weekend that sent shockwaves through the AI industry, fueling speculation about the future of OpenAI.

The newly appointed CEO of the startup has committed to investigating the termination of CEO and co-founder Sam Altman, who played a pivotal role in transforming the nonprofit research lab, OpenAI, into a globally renowned commercial startup, marking the advent of relational artificial intelligence.

Microsoft swiftly hired the ousted executive and appointed Greg Brockman, the former president of Altman and OpenAI, to lead the company’s innovative AI research team.

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