The ChatGPT Enterprise
Just under a year ago, OpenAI publicly launched ChatGPT, with the world forever transforming from the realization that artificial intelligence will one day dominate several spheres of life. Now, roughly ten months from their launch, OpenAI announced arguably the single biggest news since then: ChatGPT Enterprise. Although OpenAI began as a nonprofit, Microsoft’s financial backing turned their business into a maximal for-profit, capturing value in a relatively blue water market. ChatGPT Enterprise, the newest tier superseding GPT-4, will be targeting the corporate world across a plethora of industries. Specifically, GPT-Enterprise will be a packaged tier, with full usage access to GPT-4, far higher performance, and other benefits. A few companies that have already Beta tested the program include Canva, Block, and Estée Lauder.
The full transition into the corporate world was one that was certainly expected, as already 80% of Fortune 500 companies have maintained teams operating ChatGPT. Now, the new Enterprise service, as opposed to the consumer-facing model, will be equipped to use company data to specialize ChatGPT for several needs the company may have, regardless of their industry. In addition to ChatGPT Enterprise, OpenAI plans to launch a sub-tier dubbed GPT Business, designed for smaller teams with different focuses. Regardless, the new service, which has already debuted on its platform, has the potential to shift the scope of corporate work and automation in the years to come.
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