A tumultuous relationship with Sam Altman european Regulators took two more turns.of Open AI The CEO will hold further talks with the EU and will reportedly set up a new headquarters on the continent.
Mr. Altman caused an uproar last time he criticized EU policy AI law. The 38-year-old has threatened to pull out of OpenAI’s services over a landmark bill plan that would force his company to comply with additional obligations.
next violent backlash Hearing the views of lawmakers, Mr. Altman made a quick U-turn. The makers of ChatGPT tweeted that they were “thrilled to continue working here” and that they “have no plans to withdraw.”
The charm offensive continued in an interview Politico. “We really need an office in Europe,” Altman told the media. “We really want it too.”
Whatever he wants, the need is clear.one time AI Legislation passed, OpenAI requires a presence in the EU. However, it is still possible to amend the regulations before they are finalized.
With that in mind, two new additions to Altman’s calendar could be significant.
The first meeting is scheduled for Thursday, and he will meet European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen in Brussels. the second is reportedly Next month, Mr. Altmann and EU industrial director Thierry Breton will discuss the EU’s impending compliance with regulations.
Whatever the outcome, OpenAI’s explosive rise shows no signs of slowing down.new research from beza digital It turns out that you are visiting openai.com grew 54.21% in March, reaching nearly 1 billion monthly users. This is the largest growth among the top 50 websites in the world. The site climbed 33 places in the world rankings within just two months.
Regarding the company’s presence in Europe, Altmann said that if the choice was purely based on AI research talent, France would be the choice. But he added: I was so impressed with the talent and energy that was everywhere. Impressing EU lawmakers will be the next test of his flattery.
https://thenextweb.com/news/openai-ceo-teases-european-hq-ahead-of-fresh-talks-with-eu OpenAI CEO teases European headquarters ahead of new talks with EU