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ChatGPT now has Enterprise Edition for Business Use Case

The enterprise edition gives the users full control over the information that’s put in. Also, it will not use any of the information you put in to train the LLM

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Destiny Young
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Destiny Young is a highly credentialed information technology professional with over 13 years of industry experience. An HND/BSc (Hons) Computer Science graduate. He holds a Master of Technology degree in Information Technology from the prestigious University of South Africa (UNISA). He is a Distinction-grade MBA alumnus of Nexford University, Washington, DC, where he also obtained a First-class MSc degree in Digital Transformation. He is currently pursuing MSc in Cybersecurity. His professional development direction is in Cybersecurity, Digital Transformation, and Business Intelligence. He is a member of the British Computer Society (BCS), the Chartered Institute of Administration of Nigeria (CIA), the Nigeria Computer Society (NCS), etc.

Many companies have moved to using ChatGPT to help their business run smoothly. However, this action is not advised due to a certain mechanic of ChatGPT. Well, OpenAI just announced (via The Verge) an enterprise edition of ChatGPT that will alleviate this fear and bring some features.

The issue
ChatGPT is a tempting tool to use if you’re looking to take your business to the next level. It can automate a ton of tasks for your company, but not many people know why it’s so smart. This is because it uses the information you put into it. This is how OpenAI trains the AI chatbot.

If you’re using ChatGPT to perform deep company tasks, then you’ll most likely be putting in sensitive company information. What people don’t know is that ChatGPT will use that information. The company secrets will be uploaded to OpenAI’s servers. There’s always the possibility that this information could be leaked.

ChatGPT now has an enterprise edition
OpenAI announced this new edition of ChatGPT, and the main issue that it solves is the one with businesses. This version of the chatbot prioritizes security with the information you put into it.

The enterprise edition gives the users full control over the information that’s put in. Also, it will not use any of the information you put in to train the LLM. This is an important feature, as your data will stay within the company. This feature alone might push a bunch of companies to get a subscription

There are some other features coming with this new edition as well. These include unlimited access to high-speed GPT-4 and overall smarter AI. You’ll be able to ask it more complicated questions, and it will process them faster.

If you’re interested in integrating this version of ChatGPT with your company, you can contact the company’s sales team to work out the pricing. Also, if you have a smaller company, OpenAI will offer prices that suit your needs.

Destiny Young
Destiny Young is a highly credentialed information technology professional with over 13 years of industry experience. An HND/BSc (Hons) Computer Science graduate. He holds a Master of Technology degree in Information Technology from the prestigious University of South Africa (UNISA). He is a Distinction-grade MBA alumnus of Nexford University, Washington, DC, where he also obtained a First-class MSc degree in Digital Transformation. He is currently pursuing MSc in Cybersecurity. His professional development direction is in Cybersecurity, Digital Transformation, and Business Intelligence. He is a member of the British Computer Society (BCS), the Chartered Institute of Administration of Nigeria (CIA), the Nigeria Computer Society (NCS), etc.
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