ChatGPT Enterprise: OpenAI’s AI Chatbot For Businesses
OpenAI has released ChatGPT Enterprise, which it claims is developed exclusively for enterprises. “We believe AI can assist and elevate every aspect of our working lives, as well as make teams more creative and productive,” the company stated in a blog post published on Monday. “Today marks another step toward an AI assistant for work that assists with any task, is tailored to your organization, and protects your company’s data.”
There has been a lot of talk recently about how AI will dramatically transform various businesses, and OpenAI certainly wants to be at the forefront of that transition. The most recent version of the chatbot promises improved data privacy and security (a issue with prior versions of the chatbot), faster response times, and more content personalization choices. This version of the chatbot is also claimed to be quite effective at data analysis, which has been one of the platform’s most selling features.
However, it is unclear how much money you will have to pay to gain access to Enterprise. OpenAI’s website only contains a button that says “Contact sales.” It seems natural that the platform would be priced differently depending on the size of the firm. Gizmodo has reached out to OpenAI for additional information and will update this story if we receive a response.
Enterprise comes after two previous versions of the chatbot: the original ChatGPT, which is free to everyone but is considered a less than optimal business asset; and ChatGPT Plus, which was launched in February and is a subscription version of the chatbot that promises to give users a more high-quality experience and early access to additional features for $20 per month. Enterprise appears to be expanding on what Plus started, while also attempting to solve some UX holes that the firm has previously been chastised for.
The bottom line is that OpenAI must generate revenue. So far, the business has gained worldwide attention with the release of its remarkable little platform, but the product won’t be worth much in the long term if OpenAI can’t find out how to monetize it.