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‘India has truly embraced ChatGPT’, says OpenAI CEO Sam Altman

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File: OpenAI CEO Sam Altman. (AP Photo/Jon Gambrell) (AP)

India has really embraced ChatGPT, opined Open AI CEO Sam Altman on 7 June, including there may be a whole lot of early adoption and enthusiasm within the nation, reported Economic Times.

Speaking to ET, Altman mentioned, “India has truly embraced ChatGPT. A lot of early adoption and enthusiasm.”

Expressing his opinion on ChatGPT taking up jobs and resulting in job losses, he mentioned that each tech revolution results in job change.

“I don’t think current AI systems are dangerous. GPT4 doesn’t pose an existential risk, but GPT4 might be a completely different thing,” he mentioned.

On the problem of expertise behind faux movies, Altman mentioned, “There’s a lot of fear right now, about the impact this (technology) is going to have on our elections and our society. There is some fear, but as a society, we are going to rise to the occasion.”

Boasting India on the technological entrance, the OpenAI CEO mentioned, “It is super impressive what India has done in terms of national tech and national assets.”

Apart from this, Altman additionally mentioned that that is probably the most thrilling time to begin an organization for the reason that daybreak of the web. Asked if Indian startups can compete with greater gamers like OpenAI, he mentioned that within the brief time period, there may be an excessive amount of of a frenzy round AI, nevertheless it’s very under-hyped in the long run.

Meanwhile, Atlman is scheduled to satisfy Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 8 June.

Among different issues, Altman spoke about AI rules, the most important worry about AI, moral selections for AI, and so forth.

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Updated: 07 Jun 2023, 09:17 PM IST