Altman, who is on a six-nation tour.
In which India is also included.
Sam Altman is the co-founder of OpenAI.
New Delhi. CP Gurnani, CEO of IT company Tech Mahindra, has accepted the challenge of OpenAI co-founder Sam Altman. Altman recently said that Indian companies cannot compete with their Silicon Valley counterparts on the development of Artificial Intelligence. Sam Altman is currently on a tour of six countries, including India.
Altman, who is on a six-nation tour, including India. During an event where he was asked by Rajan Anandan, former Google vice president of India and South East Asia, whether India could build an artificial intelligence tool like ChatGPT.
OpenAI founder Sam Altman said it’s pretty hopeless for Indian companies to try and compete with them.
dear @samaFrom one CEO to another..
CHALLENGE ACCEPTED. pic.twitter.com/67FDUtLNq0
— CP Gurnani (@C_P_Gurnani) June 9, 2023
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FIRST PUBLISHED : June 10, 2023