Wednesday, September 27, 2023
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Wednesday, September 27, 2023

OpenAI CEO Voices Opposition to Regulation of Smaller AI Startups




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During a conference in New Delhi, India, Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, expressed the company’s stance against regulating smaller startups in the artificial intelligence field, Your Content has learned.

Altman emphasized that OpenAI firmly believes there should be no regulations imposed on these emerging companies.

Speaking at an event organized by the Economic Times, Altman clarified that OpenAI’s advocacy for regulation applies exclusively to larger entities, including themselves.

Altman’s remarks come amidst his extensive global tour, where he has been engaging with heads of state from various countries.

OpenAI’s commitment to expanding computing capacity has garnered significant support, with Microsoft investing $10 billion in the company, leading to a remarkable valuation of nearly $30 billion.

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