Mikhail Fedorov, the vice prime minister of Ukraine, requested in a letter to OpenAI Corporation that ChatGPT be made available to all Ukrainian citizens.
China, Russia, Afghanistan, Belarus, Venezuela, and Iran are the only countries where ChatGPT is not yet available.
Fedorov received a lot of support from Ukrainians when he called for OpenAI to have access to ChatGPT.
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The Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Mikhail Fedorov wrote an appeal to OpenAI Corporation with a request to provide access to ChatGPT to all residents of Ukraine.
Mikhail Fedorov wrote: “I would like to contact the ChatGPT team at OpenAI to open your software for Ukraine. We are excited about how AI tools are evolving. Ukrainians are technically savvy, cool, and ready to test innovations right now. Personally, I will use your tool to make my Twitter account great again. Sounds like a deal?”
ChatGPT is currently unavailable in China, Russia, Afghanistan, Belarus, Venezuela, and Iran. Although OpenAI has never explicitly stated the reasons for these bans, it has been said that the corporation’s products do not apply to regions that are currently in conflict or under sanctions.
Many citizens of Ukraine supported Fedorov’s call for OpenAI to gain access to ChatGPT.
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