In a recent interview with Time, Mira Maruti, the CTO of ChatGPT’s parent OpenAI unravels the world of artificial intelligence, its past, present, and future. Maruti seemed more nervous in regards to the implications of AI within the incorrect hands. On the hazards of technology she remarked
Technology shapes us and we shape it”
Maruti stated that the last word intention of any technology is serving humanity but its societal impact can’t be undermined. She said that there are lots of ethical and philosophical questions that we want to think about. Mira advocates that it’s time to bring in several voices and opinions into the sphere of AI, like people from humanities, philosophers, social scientists, artists (whose voices have been largely mulled by BigTech).
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Mira further elaborated on the important thing ethical and philosophical questions that we want to determine within the context of AI. She said that there are lots of bad actors who can potentially misuse the technology. She asks how would you govern the usage of AI that’s aligned with human values? Nevertheless, Mira believes that currently everyone needs to return on the identical page and begin getting involved within the evolution of AI.
Before wrapping up Mira Maruti, shared a few of her favorites that inspires her. Paranoid Android by Radiohead is her fav song. She says that it is just not very uplifting, yet is assumed frightening. A set of poems by Rainer Maria Rilke ‘Duino Elegies’ is her fav read. 2001: Space Odyssey is her fav movie.
Born in San Francisco, California in 1988 to Indian immigrant parents, Mira is a US citizen. In response to her LinkedIn profile, Mira has done her graduation in Bachelors of Engineering from Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering. Her first gig was as an intern at Goldman Sachs, as a Summer Analyst in 2011, in Tokyo, Japan. After a brief stint at Zodiac Aerospace as a complicated concept engineer, she joined Elon Musk’s Tesla as a senior product manager. Maruti worked at the electrical vehicle giant from 2013 till 2016. Before joining OpenAI in 2018, she had a stint with Leap Motion (now acquired by Ultraleap), VR and AR firm because the VP of product and engineering. At OpenAI, Maruti has served because the VP of applied AI and partnership from 2018 till 2020. She became the Senior Vice President of research, product and partnership till 2022. Currently Maruti is the Chief Technology Officer, leading the corporate within the AI race that has inadvertently made the likes of Google, Microsoft and other BigTech in Silicon Valley, compete.