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OpenAI releases ChatGPT Enterprise

OpenAI ChatGPT Enterprise
ChatGPT Enterprise provides unlimited access to advanced data analysis, enabling both technical and non-technical teams to analyze information in seconds.

 

OpenAI, an American artificial intelligence research company and parent of the popular AI bot ChatGPT, has released a business version of the chatbot called ChatGPT Enterprise. The latest version of ChatGPT suitable for large businesses offers more security, privacy, unlimited higher-speed GPT-4 access, and more.

 

“We’re excited to offer ChatGPT Enterprise to more businesses starting today,” OpenAI said in a blog on Monday; adding that industry leaders like Block, Canva, Carlyle, The Estée Lauder Companies, PwC, and Zapier are among the early users of ChatGPT Enterprise.

 

Talking about the features of the latest version of ChatGPT, it offers enterprise-grade security and privacy and OpenAI says it does not use customer prompts and business data for training its models. Additionally, ChatGPT Enterprise is certified SOC 2 compliant, a cybersecurity compliance framework established by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and all the conversations are encrypted in transit and at rest.

 

OpenAI’s newly introduced admin console simplifies bulk member management and provides features like domain verification, Single Sign-On (SSO), and analytics dashboard for usage insights, facilitating effortless integration into enterprises on a large scale. Claimed to be the “most powerful version of ChatGPT yet,” ChatGPT Enterprise removes all usage caps and gives access to unlimited and higher-speed GPT-4. The latest ChatGPT version also allows users to process four times longer inputs, files, or follow-ups, thanks to the inclusion of 32k token context windows.

 

In addition, ChatGPT Enterprise provides unlimited access to advanced data analysis, enabling both technical and non-technical teams to analyze information in seconds. Users can also make use of shareable chat templates to collaborate and build common workflows. Also, the company offers free credits to use its API if the users plan to extend OpenAI into a fully custom solution for their organization.

 

OpenAI further said that there are more features underway like customization, availability for all team sizes, powerful versions of Advanced Data Analysis and browsing optimized for work, and more tools for specific roles. These will be launched as soon as they are ready, the company said.

 

Since ChatGPT’s financial backer Microsoft already offers businesses access to the AI chatbot via its Azure OpenAI Service, it would be interesting to see if ChatGPT Enterprise competes with, overlaps or complements it. A Reuters report highlighted that unlike Azure OpenAI Service where one needs to be a customer of Microsoft’s cloud computing platform to access ChatGPT, subscribers of OpenAI’s ChatGPT Enterprise do not need a subscription to Azure.

 

OpenAI’s ChatGPT has taken the world by storm since its launch in November last year. Short for Chat Generative Pre-trained Transformer, ChatGPT is a popular AI text generator and has been a center of attention for many due to its human-like response. Several other tech majors like Google and Baidu are investing heavily in the AI segment to emulate the success of ChatGPT.

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