ChatGPT is one of the most famous generative artificial intelligences in the world, and although this type of technology in general, and OpenAI’s proposal in particular, has faced criticism from many, it has come to change our understanding of the world as well as most job roles. With a multitude of tools starting to incorporate generative AI, such as Adobe Express or potentially even Microsoft Paint, ChatGPT is gearing up to have an enterprise version in the near future. This has been detailed in their blog.
Countless Improvements for One of the Best Chatbots
OpenAI understands the enterprise market very well, so their proposal is based on three main pillars: security, speed, and responsiveness. Many companies are concerned that their use of ChatGPT could be compromising to privacy or company data in some way, a concern that also extends to the potential use of this data to feed and train ChatGPT. The solution that OpenAI has found is remarkably simple: the data managed by ChatGPT for businesses will not be used to train the bot, just as OpenAI will not have any access to this information, staying within the company’s internal circuit.
Response speed has been tackled on two fronts: one avenue seeks to achieve faster conversation speeds, allowing ChatGPT to provide responses in less time, while on the other hand, it relies on an unlimited number of simultaneous conversations. However, it’s important to always understand “unlimited” as a very high number, always tied to the hardware that supports this application.
Improving responses, or greater intelligence of this Chatbot, is perhaps the most contentious point. To achieve this, various analysis tools are being designed that the machine can internalize and use to perform better. Additionally, companies have the capacity to train ChatGPT (only for their purposes) based on their needs.
In this way, OpenAI enters the competition for the future of artificial intelligence, a battle that could culminate in a transformation of office productivity as we know it.