OpenAI, the creators of the artificial intelligence tool ChatGPT, has released ChatGPT Enterprise, a supposedly faster, more secure and more powerful version of the chatbot for businesses.
we launched chatgpt enteprise.
enterprise-grade security and privacy, large-scale deployment support, unlimited (and fast) gpt-4, 32k context, and more.
customization on your company’s data coming soon!https://t.co/BELPOs51py
— Sam Altman (@sama) August 28, 2023
As one token corresponds to about four characters of English text, the 32,000 model can thus process roughly 24,000 words of text in a single input — about four times more than the standard GPT-4.
OpenAI says ChatGPT Enterprise also improves upon GPT-4’s privacy and security standards because it doesn’t use company data to train its OpenAI models and is SOC 2 compliant — a standard for managing customer data.
OpenAI said the enterprise product was launched following an “unprecedented demand” for ChatGPT products since its launch on Nov. 30, with over 80% of Fortune 500 companies adopting the AI tool to some degree, the firm explained:
“[They] are using ChatGPT to craft clearer communications, accelerate coding tasks, rapidly explore answers to complex business questions, assist with creative work, and much more.”
OpenAI is also working on a self-serve business tool which enables ChatGPT to extend its knowledge to a company’s data.
We have many more features in the works, including a self-serve business offering and the ability to securely extend ChatGPT’s knowledge with your company data. We’ll launch these as soon as possible and will continue to evolve based on early customer feedback.
— OpenAI (@OpenAI) August 28, 2023
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