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Introducing ChatGPT Enterprise

OpenAI has rolled out a specialized variant of its popular ChatGPT tool tailored for businesses, signaling a surge in the corporate AI landscape. The latest service, termed "ChatGPT Enterprise", promises businesses a combination of heightened security, privacy, and a top-tier ChatGPT experience. Available from Monday, it aims to propel businesses to the forefront of the generative AI revolution.

Highlighting the significance, OpenAI's announcement read, “AI has the potential to enhance every facet of our professional lives, making teams more innovative and efficient.” The vision is clear: an AI assistant, attuned to organizational needs, while safeguarding company data.

Among the early adopters of ChatGPT Enterprise are the fintech newbie, Block, beauty mogul Estee Lauder Companies, and consultancy titan PwC. The introduction of this enterprise-focused tool is timely. Since its public debut last year, over 80% of Fortune 500 firms have integrated ChatGPT, as inferred from corporate email-linked accounts.

Previous iterations of ChatGPT had elicited data privacy concerns, with giants like JPMorgan Chase imposing interim restrictions on its use. The crux of the apprehension? Potential leaks of proprietary data. However, ChatGPT Enterprise assuages these fears, with OpenAI confirming that the tool doesn't assimilate or learn from business-specific data or interactions.

While the cost structure remains undisclosed, OpenAI encourages businesses to connect with their sales team. As the AI titan paves the way, they shared, “We eagerly anticipate collaborating closely with potential clients and refining ChatGPT Enterprise based on your insights.”

Interestingly, Microsoft, an OpenAI investor, had earlier unveiled its AI solution, Bing Chat Enterprise, offering similar security guarantees. The interplay between these AI powerhouses in the enterprise domain remains to be seen.

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Posted: 2023-08-29
By: dwirch
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