• ChatGPT Enterprise offers unlimited access to OpenAI’s new data science tool, Advanced Data Analysis.
  • ChatGPT Enterprise provides entry to an upgraded rendition of the GPT-4 model.

ChatGPT Enterprise, a new iteration of OpenAI LP’s ChatGPT chatbot with significantly more features than the original, has just been released.

About four months after the company first hinted that the offering was in the works, it is now becoming available. Large organizations are the target audience for the chatbot.

ChatGPT Enterprise offers unlimited access to Advanced Data Analysis, a data science tool OpenAI unveiled earlier this month, which is one of its main selling points. Code Interpreter was the name given to the tool at first. It allows users to handle mathematical operations, check the results, and alter the format of files using commands in natural language.

GPT-4, a large language model that OpenAI first described in March, is the foundation of ChatGPT. ChatGPT Enterprise provides access to a better model implementation. OpenAI claims that the enhanced implementation offers twice the performance of the standard version, so users should get answers to their inquiries more quickly.

OpenAI has quadrupled the amount of data users can include in a single prompt while at it. According to the business, up to 32,000 tokens may be included in a request sent to ChatGPT Enterprise. A token is a data unit used in artificial intelligence applications comprising a few letters or numbers.

Large organizations are the target market for OpenAI’s ChatGPT Enterprise, and they have strict requirements for cybersecurity. The chatbot has been made SOC 2 cybersecurity compliant by OpenAI to meet these requirements. SOC 2 outlines a set of best practices businesses should use to lower the risk of hacking, such as encrypting customer data as it travels over the network.

An administrative console included with ChatGPT Enterprise offers additional cybersecurity features.

According to OpenAI, the console enables centralized management of employees’ ChatGPT accounts. Additionally, it allows users to enable single sign-on, a technology that enables users to sign into multiple business applications simultaneously and monitor chatbot usage. Because employees no longer need to use multiple passwords, hackers are less likely to succeed in stealing login information thanks to technology.

The business revealed recently that several early users, including Canva Pty Ltd and Klarna Bank AB, are already utilizing ChatGPT Enterprise. The company added, “We’re onboarding as many enterprises as we can over the next few weeks.”

In conjunction with the introduction of ChatGPT Enterprise, OpenAI provided a preview of several upcoming improvements to the service.

The business is developing an improved version of Advanced Data Analysis, the chatbot’s built-in natural language data science tool. OpenAI also plans to release “more tools” that are similarly tailored for particular use cases. They will include data analysis, marketing, customer support, and a number of other applications, according to the statement.

By increasing the amount of available data, OpenAI intends to increase the chatbot’s capacity for answering user queries. An upcoming enhancement will allow enterprises to “securely extend ChatGPT’s knowledge with your company data by connecting the applications you already use.”

Additionally, OpenAI intends to release ChatGPT Business, a different paid chatbot version. According to the statement that the offering will be created for “all team sizes,” it will likely be less expensive than ChatGPT Enterprise. The launch date for the upcoming features OpenAI described recently is not specified.