OpenAI, the US company behind the popular chatbot ChatGPT, has released a corporate version of the tool. ChatGPT Enterprise launched on Monday and is designed to give companies access to an enhanced version of the chatbot, as well as a higher level of security and data protection than previous versions.
Data security is an important issue as a number of major companies, including Apple, Amazon, and Samsung, previously banned their employees from using ChatGPT for fear of exposing sensitive data.
The Professional version of ChatGPT is similar to the Bing Chat Enterprise version, which is already offered by Microsoft. Like ChatGPT Plus, the paid version of the service for the general public, it will include GPT-4, OpenAI’s latest artificial intelligence model.
The launch comes after OpenAI failed to capitalize on its previous success following the launch of ChatGPT. A survey by Pew Research in the US on Monday also highlights the skepticism raised by the use of AI, and ChatGPT in particular: two-thirds of those surveyed worried that the tool was not regulated more.
In addition, 52% of Americans surveyed said they were more “concerned” than “excited” about the increasing use of AI.
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