Asian tech roundup: Altman comments raise Indian ire

Also China to regulate Bluetooth as protestors evade censors

John Leonard
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Altman comments raise Indian ire. Image: DLF Cyber City, Gurgaon, India. Credit Eatcha, WikiMedia
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Altman comments raise Indian ire. Image: DLF Cyber City, Gurgaon, India. Credit Eatcha, WikiMedia

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India Some Indian techies were unhappy at OpenAI CEO Sam Altman's remarks in which he apparently dismissed a potential competitor from the country; others said India should ignore him and play ...

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