The CEO of OpenAI, Sam Altman, expressed his happiness with his meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 8 June. He said it was a wonderful experience. According to Money Control, the Prime Minister shown a strong excitement for artificial intelligence (AI).
Money Control’s report claims that this conference is significant because it takes place at the same time. India is working to regulate AI through the upcoming Digital Indian Bill, which will replace the current Information Technology (IT) Act. It is important to note that the approach to AI legislation taken by the Indian government may be different from the one Altman supports.
According to reports, during the Digital India Dialogues, Altman shared his good impressions of the meeting. He is calling it fun and praising the Prime Minister’s zeal and nuanced comprehension of AI and its benefits. Altman explicitly brought up the topic of the Prime Minister’s excellent justifications for India’s early. Wide-spread adoption of ChatGPT; which he thought to be intriguing to witness.
Altman further said that they discussed legislation. They looked into the many potential India presents in the realm of artificial intelligence.
“It was a great hour,” the CEO of OpenAI stated. “We talked about the opportunities in front of the country. What the country should do. Also, the need to think about global regulation to make sure we prevent some of the downsides from happening.”
In a June 7 interview with the Economic Times, Altman recognized that ChatGPT has become quite popular. With India standing out as a nation that has adopted the technology entirely. Altman expressed his gratitude for Indian users’ rapid acceptance and sincere excitement. The itinerary for Altman’s trip to India is jam-packed with engagements, meetings with government representatives, and conversations on a range of subjects, including India’s well-known AI programme.
In the past, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Minister of State for Information and Technology, disagreed with Altman’s suggestion to create a worldwide organization to oversee sophisticated AI.
Chandrasekhar praised Altman’s brilliance and that he had his own ideas about how to regulate artificial intelligence. Chandrasekhar emphasized that India also has smart people with unique opinions on how to apply safeguards and laws for AI. “More power to it if there ever is a United Nations of AI, as Sam Altman desires. The minister said, “But that does not stop us from doing what is right for our digital nagriks (citizens) and maintaining the internet’s safety and reliability.
OpenAI is presently not training ChatGPT-5, according to Sam Altman.
OpenAI CEO Sam Altman has said that the business will not be working on GPT-4’s replacement for some time. Because to the rising concerns around generative AI. Large language models like OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Google PaLM have seen rapid gains in the past. It has caused great anxiety among many industry executives, professionals, and academics. At an Economic Times conference, Altman stated, “We have a lot of work to do before we start that model. We’re working on the new concepts we believe are necessary, but we are unquestionably not there yet, he continued.
Sam Altman’s vacation to six countries, which he announced earlier this month, includes a stop in India. In an effort to increase public trust in OpenAI’s commitment to cooperating with authorities, Altman has scheduled meetings with politicians and business executives in these countries.
In his discussions, Altman is pleading with politicians to carefully assess the risks and drawbacks of the spread of AI and to enact legislation to reduce any unexpected repercussions. Elon Musk and Steve Wozniak were two of the over 1,100 business and academic leaders that signed an open letter in March urging “all AI labs to immediately pause for at least 6 months the training of AI systems more powerful than GPT-4.”
According to a survey, OpenAI is the fastest-growing website among the top 50 most visited sites on the globe and is swiftly approaching one billion unique visits per month on its website. In just one month, traffic to OpenAI’s website openai.com jumped by 54.21 percent, according to VezaDigital, a SaaS Webflow design and performance marketing company based in the US.
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