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### Biden’s Thanksgiving Day Sparks Panic over Open AI

The week in visual commentary.

CEO Sam Altman of First Open AI was missing from duty, but he resurfaced at Microsoft. In response, if the board of directors had not stepped down, numerous employees at Open AI threatened to resign. Consequently, Altman was reinstated as the CEO. The demand for change persists, as Axios reports, “if we’ve learned anything from the clutter at Open AI.”

The main illustration in this week’s editorial cartoon gallery, featuring our robot leader imploring the “meatwads” to unite, was crafted by editor-in-chief Drew Sheneman with that concept in mind. Nick Anderson draws a parallel between the artificial intelligence of machines and the perceived incompetence of the board.

The 81st day of President Joe Biden, marking him as the oldest individual to assume the Oval Office, was also highlighted by artists. Dana Summers captures liberals’ concerns about Biden’s towering presence over them. Meanwhile, Mike Luckovich’s depiction of the 2024 election frames it as a decision between politics and the former president, humorously contemplating voting for Donald Trump due to his relative youth. Jack Ohman portrays a clash between an elderly gentleman and a petulant infant.

This week’s exhibition also delves into Thanksgiving, Biden’s meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping in San Francisco, Donald Trump, and the passing of former First Lady Rosalynn Carter.

The illustrations featured in the exhibition were crafted by a lineup of talented artists, including Mike Luckovich, Steve Breen, and Michael Ramirez from Creators Syndicate, as well as Jack Ohman, Nick Anderson, Bill Bramhall, Dana Summers, Drew Sheneman, and Scott Stantis. The roster also includes David Horsey, Joel Pett, and Joey Weatherford from Tribune Content Agency.

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