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CTO of OpenAI, Mira Murati has become the buzz of town. Her name may initially indicate Indian origins; however, she is of Albanian descent.
Mira Murati has become the buzz of town. Her name may initially indicate Indian origins; however, she is actually of Albanian descent. Murati currently serves as the chief technology officer at OpenAI and has garnered a lot of attention around her work dealing with artificial intelligence.
Mira Murati was born in 1988 in San Francisco, California, to Albanian parents. She later obtained a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College, in 2012.
She interned at Goldman Sachs in 2011 and later worked at Zodiac Aerospace from 2012 to 2013. She worked at Tesla, before joining Leap Motion and eventually OpenAI in 2018. Furthermore, she rose in ranks to become the chief technology officer, overseeing ChatGPT.
OpenAI is an AI research and deployment company with a mission is to amplify the benefits of artificial intelligence. The company and its activities recently hit headlines with the launch of ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence chatbot.
OpenAI has trained the ChatGPT model to interact in a conversational way. The dialogue format makes it possible for chatbot to answer follow-up questions, provide a detailed response, admit its mistakes, challenge incorrect premises and reject inappropriate requests.
The discussion around the intervention of artificial intelligence in daily life and the strings attached to it has grown. Murati has been thrust into the limelight to demystify the features and functionality of ChatGPT, as well as contemporary AI models.
Mira also appeared on ‘The Daily Show’ with Trevor Noah to discuss the implications of these powerful AI tools, and her streak isn’t over yet. While being a private person, she is an open advocate for the regulation of artificial intelligence.
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