Actress Margot Robbie, singer Beyoncé, President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, Albanian Mira Murati, Spanish soccer player Jenni Hermoso, Iranian activist and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, Narges Mohammadi, and the First Lady of Ukraine, Olena Zelenska, are some of the 25 most influential women in the world for 2023 according to the Financial Times .
The British newspaper has not made a ranking of them but has divided them into three categories.
The first are those of the creators, among others Margot Robbie, who recently starred in the movie "Barbie" and Beyoncé, who captivated the world with her tour.
In the leader category is Von der Leyen: "Europe, the United States and the world are lucky to have President Von der Leyen as their leader," writes US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen describing him as the president who broke barriers at a time of global challenges.
Among the leaders is the number one of General Motors, Mary Barra, and the chief technology officer of OpenAI, Mira Murati.
"Mira Murati, the chief technology officer of OpenAI, is at the forefront of the deep digital transformation of this moment. Born in Albania, Mira now lives at the epicenter of the rapid evolution of artificial intelligence. OpenAI's groundbreaking products, ChatGPT and Dall-E, have captured the world's imagination and will fundamentally change the way we work, learn and express ourselves creatively," writes Marissa Mayer for Mira Murat.
According to her, Mira's visionary leadership extends far beyond the science and research of large language patterns to designing how to incorporate Artificial Intelligence into our daily lives, as well as how to develop AI responsibly with respect to security and regulation.
In the category of heroines is Narges Mohammadi "the personification of courage", writes the author Marjane Satrapi; First Lady of Ukraine Zelenska; tennis star Coco Gauff; and Nobel Prize winner Katalin Kariko'.