Altman has explained that his investment in nuclear power is closely linked to the artificial intelligence revolution he champions, which will require massive amounts of energy. (Bloomberg) News 

Sam Altman of OpenAI Leads Initial Public Offering of Nuclear Venture

Sam Altman, the head of OpenAI, is leading a startup that aims to create compact nuclear fission reactors. This startup is now going public and has been valued at $850 million. Altman is one of the leading figures in Silicon Valley since OpenAI launched ChatGPT. Altman became an early backer of nuclear startup Oklo in 2015 and is also its chairman. Altman has explained that his investment in nuclear power is closely related to the artificial intelligence revolution he advocates, which requires vast amounts of energy. “I’m all for energy.…

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Sam Altman has recently expressed concern over the potential for the increasingly powerful AI technology to inflict harm. (AFP) AI 

Sam Altman of OpenAI Declares AI to be a ‘Game-Changing Advancement’ for Humanity and Technology

The CEO of OpenAI Inc., Sam Altman, expressed concerns about the potential risks associated with the rapid advancement of AI technology. However, he acknowledged that his company frequently deals with hazardous technology that could be utilized in harmful ways. Altman has recently expressed concern about the potential for harm from increasingly powerful artificial intelligence technology. In an interview at the Bloomberg Technology Summit in San Francisco, he said global regulation can deal with big risks, but it shouldn’t be overdone. OpenAI, maker of the wildly popular ChatGPT chatbot, is valued…

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OpenAI CEO Sam Altman has sought to calm fears about the march of artificial intelligence (AI). (AFP) AI 

UN Secretary-General Supports Creation of International AI Oversight Agency Inspired by IAEA

On Monday, Antonio Guterres, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, expressed his support for a suggestion made by a group of artificial intelligence executives, led by Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, to establish a global regulatory body for AI, similar to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). A generative AI technology that can spin authoritative prose from text prompts, ChatGPT has taken audiences by storm since its launch six months ago, becoming the fastest-growing app of all time. AI has also raised concerns about its ability to create deep…

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Sam Altman, CEO of ChatGPT maker OpenAI, attends an open dialogue with students at Keio University in Tokyo, Japan. (REUTERS) AI 

ChatGPT Founder Sam Altman Predicts a Change in Homework Practices

During a speech in Tokyo on Monday, Sam Altman, the founder of ChatGPT, stated that artificial intelligence tools will transform education in a similar way to calculators, but will not replace the process of learning. Altman defended the use of this new technology. “Probably, the take-home essays will never be quite the same again,” the OpenAI director said in a statement at Keio University. “We have a new tool in education. Kind of like a word calculator,” he said. “And the way we teach people has to change and the…

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The CEO of ChatGPT maker OpenAI feels "quite optimistic" about prospects for global coordination on artificial intelligence (AI). AI 

Sam Altman Expresses Hope for Global AI Collaboration

The CEO of OpenAI, the company behind ChatGPT, expressed his positive outlook on the potential for worldwide collaboration on artificial intelligence (AI) after touring various capital cities. The public face of the Microsoft-backed startup has been on a whirlwind tour as it seeks to capitalize on interest in generative artificial intelligence and influence regulation of the emerging technology. “I came into the trip … skeptical that it would be possible to get global cooperation to reduce existential risk in the short term, but now I’m leaving the trip pretty optimistic…

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OpenAI’s ChatGPT is not currently available in China, where longstanding data and censorship regulations have long shut out services from Western tech. (Bloomberg) AI 

Sam Altman Urges China to Participate in Developing AI Safety Regulations

According to Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI Inc., China has a crucial part to play in establishing the necessary guidelines for artificial intelligence to guarantee the security of revolutionary new technologies. “With the emergence of increasingly powerful AI systems, the stakes for global collaboration have never been higher,” Altman, whose company sparked the AI frenzy in China with the launch of ChatGPT last year, told a Beijing conference via video link on Saturday. . In both China and Silicon Valley, talent and investment are pouring into artificial intelligence, a…

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Know why OpenAI founder and CEO Sam Altman said India’s attempt at creating another ChatGPT was “hopeless”. (AFP) AI 

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman’s Surprising Comments on India Developing ChatGPT-like Model

During his multi-nation tour discussing artificial intelligence and its benefits, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman recently visited India where he met with Prime Minister Modi and engaged with entrepreneurs, media, and academics. While answering questions about AI, Altman made a striking comment that India’s ability to develop a ChatGPT-like foundational model for generative AI was “hopeless,” which was both unexpected and alarming. Altman was responding to a question from venture capitalist and former head of Google India, Rajan Anandan, who asked, “Sam, we have a very vibrant ecosystem in India. We’re…

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Today, Sam Altman participated in a fireside chat at the Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, Delhi, where he took questions from the media on AI and OpenAI’s work in the field. (HT Tech) AI 

Sam Altman surprises saying ChatGPT has low trustworthiness

The world is being transformed by Generative AI, which has had a significant impact on numerous industries. As it continues to advance, its potential for influence is likely to expand. OpenAI’s public release of ChatGPT in November 2022 marked the beginning of this groundbreaking technology. However, even the founder and CEO of the company, Sam Altman, is skeptical of its precision. During a session at the Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology in Delhi, Altman humorously remarked that he trusts ChatGPT’s responses the least on Earth. Sam Altman discusses AI hallucinations…

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Sam Altman is visiting India today. (HT Tech) AI 

Sam Altman Warns of Dangers of Corporate Control of Artificial Intelligence

The technology of artificial intelligence is a topic of intense debate in the tech industry. While it is rapidly advancing, regulators are struggling to comprehend its full potential and impact, leading to concerns about the lack of a comprehensive regulatory framework. Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, who is credited with starting the AI race, has joined the call for external regulation. Speaking at the Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, Delhi, Altman emphasized the need for regulation, stating that AI is too powerful to be solely controlled by companies. Sam…

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OpenAI has rapidly moved to ChatGPT 4 version and Altman was quizzed about plans for its successor. AI 

OpenAI Chief Altman Provides Update on Upcoming ChatGPT 5 Model

According to Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI and the developer of AI chatbot ChatGPT, the company is currently not engaged in training GPT5, which is the next version of GPT4. “We have a lot of work to do before GPT5. It will take a lot of time. We are nowhere near it,” Altman said at a conference hosted by The Economic Times in Delhi on Wednesday. “We are working on new ideas that we think we need for that, but we are nowhere near the beginning. More security audits…

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Sam Altman is currently visiting India and speaking at a session at IIIT-Delhi today. (HT Tech) AI 

Sam Altman Predicts AI to be the Most Impactful Technology of All Time

Yesterday, the OpenAI CEO and founder, who is also the creator of the renowned AI chatbot ChatGPT, arrived in India as part of his six-nation tour. Currently, he is participating in a special fireside chat at Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, Delhi (IIIT-Delhi), India. We were fortunate enough to attend the session where he discussed various topics such as generative AI, ChatGPT, and AI in India. He made an intriguing statement, stating that “Generative AI will be the most revolutionary technology ever created by humanity.” In a meeting held earlier…

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Sam Altman, the mind behind ChatGPT, is currently on a tour of India. (AFP) AI 

Sam Altman Discusses AI Safety During Visit to India

Sam Altman, the creator of ChatGPT, is currently on a six-country tour that includes India. However, concerns have been growing around the capabilities of ChatGPT and the need for safeguards around artificial intelligence. Recent cases of cheating in civil service exams in Telangana, India, and in the US have only added to these concerns. ChatGPT has shocked the world with its abilities, but also sparked debates about the ethical use of AI. The founder of OpenAI is expected to meet Prime Minister Modi and other senior officials of the country…

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Sam Altman, the founder of OpenAI, will speak at IIIT Delhi during his India tour. (AFP) AI 

Sam Altman to Tour India to Discuss AI

Sam Altman, the creator of ChatGPT and founder of OpenAI, is scheduled to visit India this week as part of his tour of five countries, including Israel, Jordan, Qatar, the UAE, India, and South Korea. Reports suggest that Rajeev Chandrasekhar, the Union Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology, will meet Altman during his visit. Altman’s visit coincides with India’s preparations for its Digital India framework, which will replace the current IT Act and establish guidelines for the use of artificial intelligence in the digital realm. It has been…

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Sam Altman, US entrepreneur, investor, programmer, and founder and CEO of artificial intelligence company OpenAI. (AFP) AI 

Sam Altman of OpenAI Calls for International AI Regulatory Body to Monitor Risks

During a visit to the United Arab Emirates on Tuesday, a prominent innovator cautioned that artificial intelligence could pose a significant threat to humanity, calling it an “existential risk.” The innovator proposed that an international organization, such as the International Atomic Energy Agency, should supervise the revolutionary technology. Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, is on a world tour to discuss AI. Altman, 38, said: “The world’s challenge is how do we manage these risks and make sure we still have these huge advantages. Nobody wants to destroy the world.” OpenAI’s…

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Sam Altman said in Paris that AI would not -- as some have warned -- wipe out whole sectors of the workforce through automation News 

OpenAI chief Sam Altman is trying to calm fears about job losses

The boss of OpenAI, the company behind the massively popular ChatGPT bot, said on Friday that his company’s technology would not destroy the job market as he sought to calm fears about the march of artificial intelligence (AI). Sam Altman, on a global tour to woo national leaders and power brokers, said in Paris that AI would not — as some have warned — wipe out entire sectors of the workforce through automation. “This idea of AI advancing to the point where humans have no work to do or no…

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For months, companies large and small have raced to bring increasingly versatile AI to market, throwing endless data and billions of dollars at the challenge News 

The CEO of OpenAI is concerned about using artificial intelligence to compromise elections

The CEO of OpenAI, the startup behind ChatGPT, told a Senate panel on Tuesday that the use of artificial intelligence to disrupt the integrity of elections is a “significant concern,” adding that it needs regulation. “I’m nervous about it,” CEO Sam Altman said of elections and artificial intelligence adding rules and guidelines. For months, companies big and small have been racing to bring increasingly versatile AI to market, throwing endless amounts of data and billions of dollars at the challenge. Some critics fear the technology will exacerbate societal ills such…

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Open AI CEO Altman proposed the formation of a U.S. or global agency that would license the most powerful AI systems News 

ChatGPT CEO Sam Altman says AI should be regulated

The head of the AI company that makes ChatGPT told Congress on Tuesday that government intervention is critical to reducing the risks of increasingly powerful AI systems. “As technology develops, we understand that people are concerned about how it could change the way we live. So are we,” OpenAI CEO Sam Altman said at the Senate hearing. Altman proposed the creation of a US or global agency that would license the most powerful AI systems and have the authority “to take away that license and ensure compliance with safety standards.”…

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Musk told Altman that he believed the "venture had fallen fatally behind Google". News 

Elon Musk Attacks OpenAI Because He’s Stressed About AI Security: OpenAI CEO

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman has hit out at Twitter CEO Elon Musk for criticizing his for-profit company, which is now owned by Microsoft. On the On With Kara Swisher podcast, Altman said OpenAI is “independent” of Microsoft. Altman said Musk has criticized OpenAI on Twitter. “Elon Musk is apparently attacking us,” he noted. “The positive thing I will say about Elon is that I think he really cares about a good future with artificial general intelligence (AGI). I mean, he’s a jerk, whatever else you want to say about him.…

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Last week, OpenAI announced that ChatGPT Plus, the subscription service to access its text-generating AI, is now available in India. News 

ChatGPT will eliminate many current jobs: OpenAI CEO Sam Altman

Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, which created ChatGPT, believes that AI technology will reshape society as we know it, adding that he is concerned that AI chatbots could “eliminate many existing jobs.” He believes that there are real dangers involved, but it could also be the “greatest technology that humanity has yet developed” to significantly improve our lives, according to ABC News. “This is where we have to be careful. I think people should be happy that we’re a little scared of this,” Altman said. When asked why he was…

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