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Sam Altman, ChatGPT CEO Coming to India

Sam Altman to visit India this week (File Photo-: Time)

As the scope of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is increasing by the dawn of new era, and the new technology is overtaking almost every sector of the tech industry, it is noticeable that the company heads of various AI systems are planning and scheduling their meet-ups with the progressive clients of their technology. One such prominent personality is Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI ChatGPT who has announced his global tour in months of May and June 2023.

These tours are basically setup for those who are adopting, developing the new technology and are becoming reliant on its use for their regular operations. Altman made a tweet on Sunday, stating that his global tour will enroute following six nations, India, Israel, Jordan, Qatar, the UAE, and South Korea this week for which he seemed pretty excited about.

Sam Altman Tweets about his further plans of the Global Tour (Twitter / @sama)

Altman and his team of AI developers are planning to meet the policymakers of these countries, where he will visit 16 prominent cities of the six nations such as Tokyo, Dubai, New Delhi and 13 others. He is also willing to address the audiences of Artificial Intelligence.

OpenAI has developed a dedicated form where individuals interested in engaging with Altman can complete the required information. The form includes standard fields such as name, email, and a section where individuals can specify their purpose for meeting with Altman. Moreover, those who have the means to arrange a gathering consisting of 500 or more attendees have the option to indicate this on the form.

Artificial Intelligence as a word has been long taking a stand in Indian as well as global markets for long, and it had to wait for it’s potential to be unlocked with time as people of tech industry had their doubts trusting a technology which was considered above human intelligence, however it has been noted that AI is powerful enough to change the face of how technology works, but it still lacks the emotional connectivity and own creativity.

This idea that AI is going to progress to a point where humans don’t have any work to do or don’t have any purpose has never resonated with me.

Said Sam Altman in recent Interviews.

India has a large potential of users and the tech market in the country is just growing stronger everyday with more users sitting on their laptops and mobiles, utilizing the fresh tech product. Altman’s visit will charm national leaders and powerbrokers, said in Paris that AI would not, as some have warned, wipe out whole sectors of the workforce through automation.

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