ChatGPT creator OpenAI is now valued at nearly $30 billion, reports Fortune — adding that CEO Sam Altman “still thinks startups are most effective when employees work together in an office.”

The idea of fully remote work becoming the norm has come and gone, he said this week at a fireside chat in San Francisco organized by the fintech company Stripe. “I think definitely one of the tech industry’s worst mistakes in a long time was that everybody could go full remote forever, and startups didn’t need to be together in person and, you know, there was going to be no loss of creativity,” he told attendees. “I would say that the experiment on that is over, and the technology is not yet good enough that people can be full remote forever, particularly on startups.”

He isn’t alone in his assessment. Many CEOs have been demanding that remote employees spend more

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