OpenAI, the owner of ChatGPT, has announced plans to establish its first international office in the United Kingdom (UK).

OpenAI chief executive Sam Altman said the move would 'attract world-class talent' 

OpenAI, the US company behind ChatGPT, has announced that it will establish its first international office in London, UK. The move aims to attract top talent and expand OpenAI's research and development efforts. The decision comes after OpenAI's CEO, Sam Altman, criticized the proposed AI regulation in the EU, which requires companies to disclose their training data. In contrast, the UK is pursuing "pro-innovation" regulations. OpenAI's Vice President of People, Diane Yoon, expressed enthusiasm for building dynamic teams in research and engineering, emphasizing the company's commitment to developing safe AI. ChatGPT's launch last year sparked global interest in AI, leading to discussions about its potential risks and necessary regulations. At a separate event, both Altman and UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak highlighted the positive impact of AI on job creation and public services. While ChatGPT has faced controversies, including a brief ban in Italy, the UK government has been investing in AI since 2014. The BBC has sought comment from the Department for Science, Innovation, and Technology regarding this development.