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OpenAI appoint Ex-Twitter India president Rishi Jaitly To Enter India’s AI Space

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  1. Rishi Jaitly, former Twitter India head, is aiding OpenAI as a senior advisor to engage with the Indian government on AI policy.
  2. OpenAI, led by Sam Altman, aims to understand and navigate India’s AI policies and regulations.
  3. Jaitly’s role involves facilitating discussions between OpenAI and the Indian government concerning AI-related policies.
  4. OpenAI is exploring the establishment of a local team in India, signaling an interest in investing and expanding its presence in the country.
  5. The partnership comes after leadership upheaval at OpenAI, leading to the unexpected departure of Sam Altman and board president Greg Brockman from the company.

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