OpenAI, a leading company in the field of artificial intelligence, has recently launched an optimized version of ChatGPT, specifically designed to meet the needs of enterprises. This new version, dubbed ChatGPT Enterprise, promises to offer greater speed, power and, above all, enhanced security.
ChatGPT Entreprise, an AI assistant for the workplace
ChatGPT Entreprise is presented by OpenAI as an AI assistant for the workplace, capable of helping with all tasks and customized for each organization. It’s worth noting that the service is already popular among businesses, with 80% of Fortune 500 companies using it according to OpenAI. Professional conversations with this chatbot remain entirely within the company and are not used to train OpenAI’s language models, ensuring better protection of company data
ChatGPT Enterprise, a faster, more powerful version
In addition to optimal security, this professional version of ChatGPT uses GPT-4, the latest version of OpenAI’s AI model. It removes all usage limits, runs up to twice as fast and enables queries and responses four times as long. It also includes OpenAI’s in-house plugin, Code Interpreter, which enables AI to execute code and analyze complex data
Early adopters of ChatGPT Enterprise
The first users of ChatGPT Enterprise are leading companies in their sectors, such as Block, Carlyle and Estée Lauder Companies. OpenAI aims to integrate as many companies as possible in the coming weeks. In January, ChatGPT recorded 100 million monthly active users, a figure OpenAI hopes to increase with the launch of this professional version
An alternative to Microsoft’s Azure OpenAI
With ChatGPT Enterprise, OpenAI offers an alternative to Microsoft’s Azure OpenAI. Subscribers do not need to subscribe to Azure to use ChatGPT Enterprise, giving them greater freedom of choice. It is interesting to note the convergence between the services offered by OpenAI and Microsoft, which is the company’s main investor
The need to revive the ChatGPT craze
After months of growth, ChatGPT’s popularity has fallen slightly. This was particularly noticeable in June and July, when ChatGPT usage dropped by 10%. With the launch of ChatGPT Enterprise, OpenAI hopes to rekindle interest in its service and encourage more businesses to adopt the technology.