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OpenAI Introduces ChatGPT Enterprise for Business-Focus

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OpenAI is introducing ChatGPT Enterprise, which provides enterprise-grade protection and privacy, limitless higher-speed GPT-4 access, extended context windows for processing longer inputs, additional data analysis capabilities, customization possibilities, and much more.

According to OpenAI, artificial intelligence can improve every area of our professional lives and foster greater creativity and productivity among teams. This represents a significant advancement toward the creation of an AI assistant for the workplace that can assist with any activity, is tailored to business, and safeguards data.

ChatGPT Enterprise offers a brand-new admin portal with tools to control how employees use ChatGPT within a company, including domain verification integrations, single sign-on integrations, and a dashboard with usage statistics. Employees can utilize ChatGPT to construct internal workflows thanks to shareable discussion templates, and businesses can, if they so want, fully customize ChatGPT-powered solutions using credits to OpenAI's API platform.

Moreover, it includes unrestricted access to Advanced Data Analysis, a ChatGPT function that was originally known as Code Interpreter. With this feature, ChatGPT is able to analyze data, make charts, answer math problems, and more.

Both ChatGPT Plus and ChatGPT Enterprise are powered by GPT-4, the premier AI model from OpenAI. Customers of ChatGPT Enterprise, on the other hand, have priority access to GPT-4, which offers performance that is twice as quick as ordinary GPT-4 with an extended 32,000-token (about 25,000-word) context window.

The introduction of ChatGPT Enterprise comes amid intensifying competition in the chatbot industry, where companies like OpenAI, Microsoft, Google, and Anthropic are engaged in an AI arms race. These companies are racing not only to launch new chatbot applications, but also to introduce innovative features to encourage wider adoption of generative AI in everyday use.

Google and Microsoft are continually updating their Bard and Bing chatbots, respectively, with new features such as visual search. Additionally, Anthropic, an AI startup founded by former OpenAI executives, entered the scene with its AI chatbot, Claude 2.

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