OpenAI appointed its first employee in India: Pragya Mishra was made the Government Relations Head of the company, earlier she was in Truecaller and Meta.

ChatGate developer OpenAI has hired its first employee in India. Actually, the company has appointed a Government Relations Head. The company has made this appointment at a time when India is voting for a new administration. The new government will shape artificial intelligence regulation in the world’s most populous country. Microsoft Corp-backed OpenAI has appointed Pragya Mishra to lead Public Policy Affairs and Partnerships in India, people familiar with the matter said. Pragya Mishra previously worked at Truecaller AB and Meta 39 years ago Pragya Mishra previously worked at Truecaller AB and Meta Platform Inc. Now they are ready to start work on OpenAI at the end of the month. The appointment highlights the generative-AI company’s efforts to push for favorable regulations. Because, governments around the world are considering how to regulate this rapidly developing technology. India a big growth opportunity for global tech companies India with its 1.4 billion population and rapidly growing economy has become a big growth opportunity for global tech companies. However, with lawmakers and regulators trying to ensure that local firms are not impacted, this has been difficult to navigate. Pragya Mishra used to head public affairs at Truecaller. However, OpenAI representatives and Pragya Mishra have not yet commented on this news. Pragya Mishra previously headed public affairs at Stockholm-traded contact verification firm Truecaller. Truecaller considers India as one of its top markets. Before Truecaller, Pragya Mishra was with Meta Platform Inc, where she led WhatsApp’s campaign against misinformation in 2018. In India, OpenAI faces competition from Alphabet Inc’s Google, which is developing an AI model specifically for the country. OpenAI CEO Sam Altman had come to India last year. OpenAI’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Sam Altman had come to India last year. During his visit to India, he had said that countries like India should support AI research in such a way that it can improve government services like health care. Sam Altman also met Prime Minister Narendra Modi. During his visit, Sam Altman also met Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Altman also said that India is the first country to adopt OpenAI’s generative-AI service ChatGPT. Altman had asked for maximum regulation to be imposed on AI. Altman had asked for maximum regulation to be imposed on AI. Then Altman said that his biggest fear is that technology can also cause harm. He also said that the current version of the technology does not require major regulatory changes, but there will be soon.

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