Developing advanced artificial intelligence systems requires people from a wide range of disciplines and backgrounds. At OpenAI, we’re always looking for curious minds that want to help us create safe and beneficial AI.
AudaciousWe make big bets and are unafraid to go against established norms.
ThoughtfulWe thoroughly consider the consequences of our work and welcome heterogeneity of thought.
UnpretentiousWe're undeterred by the “boring work” and not motivated to prove we have the best ideas.
Pragmatic & Impact-DrivenWe’re a company of builders who care deeply about real-world implications and applications.
CollaborativeMany of our biggest advances grow out of work done across multiple teams.
Growth-orientedWe believe in the power of feedback and encourage a mindset of continuous learning and growth.
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Culture & Development
OpenAI Residency is a six-month program that offers a pathway to a full-time role at OpenAI for researchers and engineers who don’t currently focus on artificial intelligence. Residents are compensated as fully salaried employees for the duration of the program.
Applications are now open and we will hire on a rolling basis in 2023, offering quarterly start dates.
Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
We believe the development of general-purpose artificial intelligence that benefits all of humanity must be carried out with a knowledge of and respect for the different perspectives and experiences that represent the full spectrum of humanity.
Our investment in diversity, equity, and inclusion is ongoing, executed through a wide range of initiatives, owned by everyone across the company, and championed and supported by leadership. We take this work seriously and are committed to continuously improving our work in creating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization.
In addition to our dedication to creating an inclusive organization on the human level, OpenAI actively pursues technical work that is aimed at improving our understanding of, and ability to mitigate, harmful biases learned by AI systems, and supports conferences and groups involved in such work in the larger AI community.