With competitive remuneration and access to cutting-edge technology, OpenAI competes with Google for the services of talented researchers. Ninety-three employees have already been hired by the ChatGPT-known AI business from Google and Meta.
ChatGPT pays Google AI staff a substantial salary:
OpenAI, the company behind ChatGPT, is in competition with Google to recruit some of the best researchers. The corporation employs a variety of tactics, such as providing access to cutting-edge technology and competitive salary. With its recent hint at share sales, OpenAI may be worth an astounding $86 billion. New hires may receive between $5 million and $10 million in this scenario.
Experts from Google and Meta have been successfully pulled in by OpenAI, according to a TechCrunch story. The company mentioned five former Google researchers when they launched ChatGPT.
93 former workers from Google and Meta—59 from Google and 34 from Meta—were employed by OpenAI as of February.
To strengthen its crew, OpenAI is hiring a research engineer for their super alignment team. This position pays between $245,000 to $450,000 a year. In addition, the business provides “generous equity” and other advantages.
According to reports, OpenAI’s head of super alignment, Jan Leike, stated that their main goal is ensuring that AI systems reflect user preferences. They are actively seeking candidates with a strong sense of purpose in AI safety, as well as those with coding experience and sharp minds.
In spite of all of this, the business has remained silent on the talent competition. The fierce rivalry in the AI sector is demonstrated by the talent fight between OpenAI and Google. Both businesses want the brightest brains to advance artificial intelligence.
OpenAI has revealed that 100 million people use its AI chatbot on a weekly basis. OpenAI CEO Sam Altman introduced the new GPT-4 Turbo model, which is more capable of understanding vast volumes of data and is superior. He made this announcement during the company’s first developer conference.