OpenAI, creator of the popular artificial intelligence software ChatGPT, has launched a version of the product aimed at the enterprise market. The new software, dubbed ChatGPT Enterprise, aims to help businesses operate more efficiently.
Some companies already are using the new software to craft clearer communications, accelerate coding tasks, rapidly explore answers to complex business questions, assist with creative work, and more. OpenAI says that teams from more than 80% of Fortune 500 companies have registered for ChatGPT accounts.
One of the ways that ChatGPT Enterprise aims to enhance companies’ efficiency is by offering shareable chat templates to enable businesses to collaborate and build common workflows. OpenAI also is offering free credits to use ChatGPT’s application programming interfaces (APIs) if there is a need to extend OpenAI into a fully custom solution.
Efficiency for large scale deployments will be driven by administrative consoles, single sign-on, domain verification and an analytics dashboard for usage insights.
There also are increases in capacity and capabilities. ChatGPT Enterprise offers include unlimited access with no usage caps to GPT-4, which can be thought of as the AI engine. It also offers unlimited access to advanced data analysis (formerly known as Code Interpreter).
The system features customer prompts and protects security by not using company data for training OpenAI models. Other security features include data encryption at rest (AES 256) and in transit (TLS 1.2+). The platform is certified as SOC 2 compliant.
AT&T is one organization already onboard with ChatGPT. In June, the company introduced Ask AT&T, a generative artificial intelligence platform based on OpenAI’s platform. The platform is for internal use of employees. Applications being explored include providing quick and simple answers to HR questions and reducing employee meeting time by providing automated summaries and action items.