With wages as high as Rs 83 crore annually, OpenAI is making a major effort to entice top people away from IT behemoths like Google and Meta in an effort to bolster its artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities. The goal is to attract top talent in the field, especially academics and IT specialists, to work on developing OpenAI’s cutting-edge AI chatbot.
At least ninety-three people who worked for Google and Meta before were reportedly successfully hired by OpenAI. The corporation has job postings for research engineers with an annual compensation range of Rs 2 crore to Rs 3.8 crore in an effort to attract top personnel.
An total remuneration of Rs 83 crore annually includes enticing equity packages and bonuses.
Researchers, scientists, managers, and research engineers are being aggressively sought after by OpenAI, according to a podcast featuring Jan Leike, Head of Super Alignment. He underlined how crucial it is to identify enthusiastic individuals who are dedicated to making AI safer.
Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, stated his excitement to welcome skilled IT experts from India during a visit to the nation earlier this year.
With the statement, “Many of our best researchers are undergraduates or are college dropouts,” Altman emphasized that a Ph.D. is not necessary. To accomplish excellent job, a Ph.D. is most definitely not necessary. You will be accepted into OpenAI based on your skill, and undergrads will undoubtedly fit in well with us.”
Software engineer Atty Eleti of OpenAI offered information on the recruiting procedure, indicating that candidates may get in touch with the CEO directly via email.
Eleti promoted using Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) to showcase abilities, creating amazing products, making contributions to open-source resources, and contacting [email protected] to inquire about available positions.