OpenAI, the visionary creator of ChatGPT, is gearing up to host a developer gathering in Bengaluru in January, signaling a strategic move to engage with Indian tech experts. Anna Makanju, OpenAI’s VP of Global Affairs, expressed excitement about the initiative, stating, “I am delighted to announce we will hold a developer gathering with our VP of engineering Srinivas Narayanan in Bengaluru in January with more to follow.”

Makanju underscored India’s significant talent pool and technological prowess on the global stage, emphasizing the importance of establishing governance models for artificial intelligence (AI). The upcoming event aims to foster discussions on AI safety, drawing on the expertise of Indian developers.

Speaking at the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence (GPAI) Summit in Delhi, Makanju emphasized the imperative nature of developing governance models for AI and the need for international oversight. OpenAI has been actively collaborating with the Biden Administration and G7, advocating for the creation of an international body to ensure the safety and equitable distribution of advanced technology.

The GPAI summit, inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, served as a platform for international discussions on AI, with a focus on risk mitigation and the promotion of innovation. The event aimed to craft a consensus-based declaration on AI, addressing potential risks while fostering technological innovation.

India, having taken over as the GPAI council chair from France in November, reaffirmed its commitment to leveraging technology, particularly AI, for societal welfare and ensuring equitable benefits globally. Prime Minister Modi, in his address, emphasized the need for a regulatory framework to ensure the safety and trustworthiness of AI across nations. The forthcoming OpenAI developer gathering in Bengaluru aligns with this global vision, providing a collaborative platform for Indian experts to contribute to discussions on AI safety and governance.

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