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The former head of the National Security Agency has been appointed to OpenAI’s board of directors

The former head of the National Security Agency has been appointed to OpenAI’s board of directors

Former National Security Agency (NSA) head Paul M. Nakasone joins OpenAI’s board of directors. He will use his cybersecurity expertise within the Safety and Security Committee.

Nakasone, a leading cybersecurity expert and head of the National Security Agency, will join OpenAI’s board of directors. He will commit to thinking about how artificial intelligence can be used to enhance cybersecurity. OpenAI aims to demonstrate its commitment to safety and security and emphasize the importance of cybersecurity as the impact of AI technology continues to grow.

Cyber ​​security expert

Nakasone, a retired US Army general and former cybersecurity expert, will bring his expertise to OpenAI’s board of directors. He joins the Board’s Safety and Security Committee, which makes recommendations to the full Board on critical safety and security decisions for all OpenAI projects and operations.

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The announcement further states, “Nakasone’s insights will contribute to OpenAI’s efforts to better understand how AI can be used to enhance cybersecurity by rapidly detecting and responding to cybersecurity threats.” The company is convinced that this can bring significant benefits to various institutions that are often the target of cyber attacks, such as hospitals, schools or financial institutions.

board of directors

Nakasone joins the OpenAI Board of Directors, which currently includes Sam Altman, Adam D’Angelo, Larry Summers, Brett Taylor, Dr. Sue Desmond Hellman, Nicole Seligman, and Fidji Simo. Microsoft Dee Templeton has a non-voting observer seat.

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