“Its uncanny ability to mimic human conversation while completing tasks like writing poetry, recommending restaurants, and breaking down complex topics made ChatGPT an internet star—but for some users, the bot also came across as “unhinged” and argumentative,” per Fortune.
As ChatGPT takes off, OpenAI is making a mark in other industries with its eye on boosting revenue from its best-known product.
This week, OpenAI launched a ChatGPT Enterprise model to attract a broad mix of business customers and to offset the costs of operating its ubiquitous chatbot.
This business version of the bot features “enterprise-grade security and privacy, unlimited higher-speed GPT-4 access, longer context windows for processing longer inputs, advanced data analysis capabilities, customization options, and much more,” per OpenAI.
Additionally, the company revealed in a blog post on Monday that early users included Canva, Estée Lauder, and PwC.
ChatGPT gives out better answers than human doctors 4 out of 5 times, according to a previous study published by JAMA Internal Medicine, BLACK ENTERPRISE reported. Experts say this could cause “major implications” in healthcare, and there are spaces within the industry where the chatbot could be helpful for medical advice.
For example, Gizmodo reported that after JAMA examined questions from patients, researchers found 79% of cases “preferred” responses from AI’s thorough responses. A panel of medical professionals even found AI to be more empathetic. However, according to experts, human doctors cannot be counted out without further research.
Source: Black Enterprise