OpenAI CEO Sam Altman’s Surprising Go-To App OpenAI CEO Sam Altman’s Surprising Go-To App

By: Alex Freidmen

Sam Altman

Sam Altman, the Chief Executive Officer of OpenAI, has shared his surprising go-to app, revealing that it’s not ChatGPT.

During an “Unconfuse Me” podcast episode featuring Bill Gates, Altman talked about his digital habits and the apps he relies on most, disclosing that Slack, rather than ChatGPT, is his most frequently used app for daily communications. iMessage comes next on his list.

Despite leading the company behind the AI sensation ChatGPT, Altman humorously expressed his wish that he could say ChatGPT is his top app choice. This preference is notable, particularly considering OpenAI’s substantial $10 billion investment from Microsoft Corp., and the fact that the company has chosen to use Google Meet over Microsoft Teams for meetings.

Gates, Microsoft’s founder, also divulged his top app favorites, naming Outlook and web browsers as his top tools.

The conversation between the two tech giants also delved into AI’s rapid evolution and its implications for society. Altman voiced concerns about the swift pace at which individuals and job markets must adapt to AI advancements and the potential implications for the labor market.

Reflecting on a brief departure from OpenAI, Altman described the episode as a significant growth moment for the company, marking a turning point that led to a more focused and optimistic outlook for the company’s future.

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