Introducing ChatGPT Enterprise

OpenAI announced the launch of ChatGPT Enterprise, a platform designed to offer advanced features such as enterprise-grade security, privacy, and customization options to businesses.

Since its initial launch, ChatGPT has seen rapid adoption, with over 80% of Fortune 500 companies registering accounts.

Early adopters of ChatGPT Enterprise, like Block, Canva, Carlyle, The Estée Lauder Companies, PwC, and Zapier, have utilized the AI assistant to optimize various tasks ranging from communications to data analysis. Klarna, one of the clients, has integrated ChatGPT Enterprise to enhance its team’s performance and customer experience.

The Enterprise version offers enhanced privacy and security measures, including SOC 2 compliance and data encryption. It also boasts an admin console for efficient team management and large-scale deployment. Moreover, the platform provides its most powerful version yet with faster processing, longer input lengths, and advanced data analysis capabilities. With these features, ChatGPT Enterprise aims to significantly aid organizations in automating tasks and optimizing performance.

“We do not train on your business data or conversations, and our models don’t learn from your usage.” – OpenAI.

Bottom Line: OpenAI is looking to address concerns that businesses may have about using ChatGPT in a corporate setting. The company assures that models for ChatGPT Enterprise will not be trained on any business-specific or usage data. Additionally, all interactions with ChatGPT Enterprise are securely encrypted both during transmission and when stored.