OpenAI Launches ChatGPT Enterprise

On August 28, OpenAI announced its new ChatGPT Enterprise, a business tier for the AI chatbot². This new tool, which has been in development for “under a year,” is the product of 20 companies of varying sizes and industries². The launch comes as Big Tech competitors — including Google and Anthropic — are racing to prepare and deploy their responses to ChatGPT⁴.

The debut enterprise tier will give customers access to GPT-4 without usage caps that is twice as fast as other available versions, in addition to API credits⁴. The company has not yet announced the cost of an Enterprise subscription, with COO Brad Lightcap telling CNBC that pricing will “depend on every company’s use cases and size”⁴.

This new version of ChatGPT, heralded by OpenAI as “the most powerful version of ChatGPT yet,” allows customers to “own and control your business data in ChatGPT Enterprise. We do not train on your business data or conversations, and our models don’t learn from your usage”⁴. Customers will be able to customize ChatGPT for their own specific use cases by training their version of the model on company-specific data⁴.

Since ChatGPT launched, OpenAI said, “we’ve seen teams adopt it in over 80% of Fortune 500 companies”⁴. The company intends to launch another tier called ChatGPT Business, focused on smaller teams, soon⁴.

This amping-up of ChatGPT comes as AI regulation in the U.S. still has yet to materialize amid mounting concerns over the threats and harms this technology poses⁴. One of the great concerns surrounding AI involves pending economic upheaval⁴.


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