13 June 2024

“You can try to build an AI like ChatGPT, but you will fail,” Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, told Indians.

We feel bad about this, and it is necessary to bring the truth to you on the Smile Pencil. Friends, recently a person from America came to Delhi. He met Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He considers himself the world’s biggest expert on Artificial Intelligence i.e., AI. His name is Sam Altman. Sam Altman is from the US and is the CEO of Chat GPT maker Open AI.

This was on June 8. In the meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi that day, he also praised India. But as soon as the meeting with Narendra Modi ended and a question-and-answer session started with the former VP of Google India & Southeast Asia, he started underestimating Indian talent. Former Google India head Rajan Anandan questioned Altman and sought guidance. “We have a vibrant ecosystem in India, but we are particularly focused on AI. How should we think about it? How should Indian startups work to work in this direction?

Do you know that what did the CEO from America say, open AI It is impossible to complete it. We will clearly tell you that challenging in the training foundation model is completely disappointing. You shouldn’t even try it. However, it’s your responsibility to try. I believe that the chances of you doing it are very low. This was a direct challenge to the entire Indian startup system. Now this was not just a matter of time and it was not that any common man had given this challenge at a tea or paan shop. This challenge was given by the man who has come to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and is the CEO of OpenAI, the company that created Chat GPT.

Chat GPT is understood as if you search anything in Google, then it gives many links to your questions. Wherever you go, you can make answers according to your understanding, but AI like Chat GPT prepares and answers this question. You don’t have to read, write or think about anything. Chat GPT gives complete information in short and precise words instead of long answers.

Suppose a student wants to write an article on the Parliament of India, then he just has to type on the CHAT GPT that “Write an Article on Indian Parliament”. In a few seconds, CHAT GPT will prepare an article on this topic. With this, you can ask any question. That is, from writing an email to a CV, you can make it. Chat GPT also gives the answer how to make your video or reel viral. ChatGPT can do everything from making pictures to making videos. Not only this, major diseases are being treated with the help of AI. Big weapons are being made with the help of AI. From aircraft to metro and cars, they are running without a driver. AI’s new chatbot is working for you from singing songs to writing books, drawing pictures, designing, solving difficult math questions. That is, AI is doing most of the daily work.

It is clear from these things that Sam Altman is bringing a revolution of AI in the world. And that’s not a bad thing. But the bad thing is to assume that only we can do this work and no one else can do it. It is not that no one accepted Altman’s challenge. This is the land of heroes where Rama comes forward to break the pride of Ravana. Similarly, a reputed company of India has come forward to break the pride of Altman. Tech Mahindra CEO CP Gurnani came forward and told the American CEO, “Sam accepted the challenge.

We are sure that Indian companies will prove American Sam wrong. And the biggest reason for this is the Indian brain. India has the best talent in the world today. The most creative mind. The most creative and competitive leadership is leading the world’s largest tech companies.

Now let us tell you the names of such leaders one by one who are leading the tech companies of the world.

  • MICROSOFT: Microsoft is the world’s largest software company and its CEO is Indian. His name is Satya Nadella. This Microsoft has invested Rs 82,000 crore in OpenAI. Satya Nadella has a big role in getting this investment approved. That is, an Indian engineer and CEO Satya Nadella has a big role in the money on which Sam Altman is developing AI.
  • GOOGLE: Sundar Pichai is the CEO of the world’s largest search engine Google. Google’s share in their market is more than 90 percent. Sundar Pichai also heads Google and its parent company Alphabet. He was appointed CEO of Google in Yr-2015. After this, he also became the CEO of Alphabet in Yr-2019 and under his leadership, Google is booming. That is, the CEOs of the world’s two largest companies are Indians, yet they are challenging Indian talent.
  • ADOBE: Shantanu Narayen is the CEO of Adobe, the world’s largest designing company. Before joining Adobe in 1998, Narayan worked for Apple from 1989 to 1995.
  • IBM: Arvind Krishna is the CEO of IBM, an IT company spread across more than 170 countries. An IIT Kanpur graduate, Krishna is IBM chairman and CEO as well as on the board of directors of the Federal Bank of New York.
  • GoDaddy: Amanpal Bhutani is the CEO of web designing company Go Daddy.
  • NOVARTIS: Vasant Narasimhan is the CEO of Medicine company Novartis, a company that supplies medicines to 140 countries.
  • STARBUCKS: Laxman Narasimhan is the CEO of Starbucks, whose people in America line up to drink coffee.
  • TWITTER: Parag Agarwal, under whose leadership Twitter became world famous, is also an Indian. Today, the most narrative in the world is set on Twitter. From PM Modi to Joe Biden, from birthday greetings to condolence messages. Let’s first give it on Twitter. It is a different matter that Parag Agarwal separated from this company after buying on Elon Musk’s tweet.

India ranks third in the world in terms of tech startups with more than 90,000 startups, which is known for the one of the best startup ecosystems in the world. There are 160 unicorn companies with a market capitalization of $ 30 billion and which comes first in the world in terms of software technology export.

There is no doubt that Sam Altman also realizes this. Perhaps that is why he gave his explanation just a few days after his statement that AI could not be developed in India, saying that his words were misrepresented, which led to misunderstanding. I have no doubt that Indian startups can and will do this. This clarification has come after Tech Mahindra accepted Sam’s challenge.

Work on AI has started rapidly in India. India is the most populous country in the world. India’s economy is the fastest growing economy in the whole world. In such a situation, Artificial Intelligence will be needed at the level of technology in India’s development. In the coming years, it can also become a hub of Artificial Intelligence.

 

Nitesh Kumar Singh

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