OpenAI just rolled out ChatGPT Enterprise, a spin-off of its AI tool designed especially for businesses.
According to its blog post published on Monday, ChatGPT Enterprise offers corporations improved security and privacy, higher-speed access to GPT-4, the ability to process longer inputs via longer context windows, better data analysis, and customization.
"Today marks another step towards an AI assistant for work that helps with any task, is customized for your organization, and that protects your company data," the company argued.
Over 80% of Fortune 500 companies have adopted the use of generative AI since it launched last November, with business leaders still looking for "simple and safe" ways of deploying ChatGPT into their daily workflow.
Canva, Block, Carlyle, and Zapier are some of the companies that have had early access to ChatGPT Enterprise.
How Big is ChatGPT Today?
OpenAI's chatbot has taken the professional world by storm since it was released, but new data suggests it may not be as popular as the buzz makes it seem.
According to a recent poll from Pew Research, only an estimated 18% of U.S. adults have used ChatGPT.
Furthermore, adults below 30 years old are also more likely to have used the AI tool than those above 30.
Meanwhile, 32% of adults with a college degree who have heard of ChatGPT have used it, with men (29%) who have heard of ChatGPT outnumbering women (19%).
However, the U.S. still counts as the country with the second largest userbase of the AI tool next to India, accounting for about 9% of ChatGPT's total users according to Similar Web.
Globally, ChatGPT has achieved several remarkable feats in the past nine months, recording over 100 million users, and a whole slew of tech giants following the chatbot's trail following its success.
Edited by Nikola Djuric