Who is Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI and The Maker of ChatGPT

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Sam Altman was born on 22 April, 1985, in Chicago, U.S. His real name is Samuel H. Altman.

There is less information about his parents, but her mother is a dermatologist. Sam was raised in St. Louis, Missouri.

Sam got his first PC when he was 8 years old. He completed his high school education at John Burroughs School.

He began studying computer science at Stanford University, but later in 2005 he dropped out and did not complete his degree.

In the same year, Sam co-founded a location-based social networking mobile app "Loopt." The app didn't work well and was shut down in 2012.

In 2011, Sam Altman became a partner at Y Combinator. YC is an American technology startup company.

In 2014, Sam became the president of Y Combinator. The company surpassed $65 billion at the end of 2014. In 2016, He became the president of YC Group.

In 2015, Sam co-founded OpenAI with Elon Musk, Greg Brockman, Peter Thiel, and others. In 2016, He also became the CEO of OpenAI.

In 2018, OpenAI started making AI bots, including GPT-3 and ChatGPT. In 2022, they released an enhanced version of ChatGPT.

ChatGPT is now the new sensation in the AI industry. It had over 1 million users within 5 days of its launch. It has approximately 13 million daily users.

Sam also invested in many valuable companies, like Airbnb, Reddit, Pinterest, Teespring, Instacart, Optimizely, Verbling, and many more.

In 2014, Sam also served as the Reddit CEO for eight days after the resignation of the then-current Reddit CEO, Yishan Wong.

Sam Altman, the angel investor, entrepreneur, programmer, and blogger, has a net worth of $2 billion, according to CNW.

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