San Francisco, CA – OpenAI, the cutting-edge AI research organization, is gearing up to release a business-focused version of their groundbreaking language model, ChatGPT. Company founder Sam Altman announced the upcoming launch in a recent tweet, exciting businesses and industry experts alike.
you can now disable chat history (and training) in ChatGPT, and we will offer ChatGPT Business in the coming months.https://t.co/jjxuUxYJSa
— Sam Altman (@sama) April 25, 2023
With ChatGPT, OpenAI has already made significant strides in the field of natural language processing and artificial intelligence. This new iteration, ChatGPT Business, is expected to cater specifically to the needs of corporations, entrepreneurs, and professionals seeking AI-powered solutions for a range of applications, such as customer service, data analysis, content generation, and more.
“ChatGPT Business will follow our API’s data usage policies, which means that end users’ data won’t be used to train our models by default,” OpenAI wrote in a blog post published today. “We plan to make ChatGPT Business available in the coming months.”
OpenAI has not yet disclosed pricing or detailed features for ChatGPT Business, but the company’s reputation for pushing the boundaries of AI technology suggests that the new product could offer unprecedented capabilities to its target audience. As anticipation builds for the release, businesses around the world are eager to discover how ChatGPT Business can help streamline operations and foster innovation within their organizations.
Stay tuned for more updates on the launch of ChatGPT Business as more information becomes available in the coming months.