Last week, Elon Musk and other billionaires each donated $1 billion to researching artificial intelligence through OpenAI (a billion dollar nonprofit research center). Fortune's Stacey Higginbotham takes a look at this research center and others trying to change the face of software. 

With multiple companies trying to understand artificial intelligence, they each have to have unique ways to attract the top research talent in the field. OpenAI is no different:

The second element designed to attract talent to OpenAI is its nonprofit status and its pledge of openness. It’s not that Facebook and others aren’t open with their research. They publish their research fairly quickly. Google, however, tends to wait until it has gained a significant strategic advantage from a new findings before publishing. But it is still made public.

Head over to Fortune to learn more about OpenAI and the race for artificial intelligence:

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