The Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Open AI, the company behind ChatGPT is Mira Murti, a woman with years of experience in tech. She has recently acknowledged that AI can be misused and needs regulation. Read this article to know about Mira Murati, born in, education and work details.
About Mira Murati
35 year old Mira Murati was born in 1988 in San Francisco, United States however her parents are of Indian origin. She was born and raised in San Francisco, United States. She completed her Bachelor of Engineering (BE) in Mechanical Engineering from The Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth.
Mira Murati Career
In June 2018 Mira Murati joined OpenAI and worked as the VP of Applied AI and Partnerships. In December 2020 Murati was shifted to the SVP of Research, Product and Partnerships of OpenAI, the company behind AI powered chatbot ChatGPT.
Recently she has been promoted as CTO (Chief Technology Officer) of the company in May 2022. Before joining OpenAI Mira Murati has worked with multiple organizations.
As per her Linkedln profile source, she worked as a Summer Analyst at Goldman Sachs in 2011 and later worked for other organizations; Zodiac Aerospace (2012-13), Tesla (2013-16) and Leap Motion (2016-18).
You already know about ChatGPT, the AI chatbot, which made quite a buzz recently on the Internet. However, as per some media reports experts are raising concerns about the danger of using AI based chatbot ChatGPT.
The creator of AI based chatbot ChatGPT and CTO of OpenAI has recently expressed her concerns about the misuse of AI chatbot.
“Artificial intelligence (AI) can be misused, or it can be used by bad actors. So then, there are questions about how you govern the use of this technology globally. How do you govern the use of AI in a way that is aligned with human values?” she said in an interview with the Time magazine.
She also said the company (OpenAI) needs help from different sources including governments, regulators and the public.
“But we’re a small group of people and we need a tonne more inputs in this system and a lot more input that goes beyond the technologies–definitely regulators and governments and everyone else,” she noted.