OpenAI releases ChatGPT Enterprise for businesses

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OpenAI has released ChatGPT Enterprise, an enterprise-grade version of its popular generative AI chatbot. ChatGPT Enterprise is designed to meet the security and privacy needs of businesses, and it offers a number of features that are not available in the consumer version of ChatGPT.

The features include encryption in transit and at rest, and it is SOC 2 compliant. This means that it meets the security standards required by many businesses.

Also it has unlimited access to GPT-4 to allow businesses to use ChatGPT for a wider range of tasks. ChatGPT Enterprise can process longer inputs than the consumer version. This makes it better suited for tasks that require understanding complex language.

It posses advanced data analysis capabilities that allow businesses to track the performance of ChatGPT and make better decisions about how to use it.

ChatGPT Enterprise can also be customized to meet the specific needs of each organization. This makes it a more flexible and scalable solution for businesses.

The sources for this piece include an article in TechRepublic.

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