OpenAI boss Sam Altman granted Indonesia’s first golden visa

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The immigration office revealed that Altman was in Indonesia in June, sharing knowledge about artificial intelligence.in the capital city of Jakarta, organized by the Artificial Intelligence Industry Research and Innovation Collaboration, or KORIKA.

Donning a traditional batik shirt, Altman said OpenAI would like to improve on its products' ability to support Bahasa Indonesia – the language spoken by 23 million Indonesians out of its quarter-billion population. "We would like GPT5 to be very good at even smaller languages and dialects, and we need help for that. If Indonesia can make a data set available and evals for those languages we would be delighted to take that and put it into our next big model,""I think making that available not only to us but to other people training these models will be great for the people of Indonesia and we'd be very excited to collaborate on that, so we will," he added.

One notable benefactor of New Zealand's similar visa program was Peter Thiel – PayPal co-founder and benefactor of oft-indicted Florida man and former US president Donald Trump.spending just 12 days in the country. The usual route requires 1,350 days as a permanent resident in the five year time frame prior to applying.

Official documents revealed Thiel was given the right to the passport for"exceptional circumstances" related to"skills as an entrepreneur and philanthropy." Thiel had previously donated NZ$1 million – worth at the time around $800,000 – to the Christchurch earthquake relief fund. He also was an

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