OpenAI is preparing to open its first office in the European Union and is currently hiring for nine positions in Dublin, Ireland. The move comes as the company prepares for regulatory challenges and seeks to establish closer ties with European lawmakers and customers. The roles the company is looking to fill, such as associate general counsel for the EMEA region and privacy programme manager, indicate that OpenAI is gearing up to show Brussels that it takes privacy seriously. The company is also looking to hire a media relations lead to help promote its efforts.
OpenAI also has offices in San Francisco and London.
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