OpenAI Previews Business Plan For ChatGPT, Launches New Privacy Controls

OpenAI says it plans to introduce a new subscription tier for ChatGPT, a viral AI chatbot tailored to the needs of enterprise customers.

OpenAI describes its upcoming offering, called ChatGPT Business, as “for professionals who want more control over their data, as well as companies who want to manage their end users.”

“ChatGPT Business adheres to our API data usage guidelines, which by default means no end-user data is used to train our models,” OpenAI wrote in a blog post published today. “We plan to make ChatGPT commercially available in the coming months.”

OpenAI has previously said it is looking at additional paid plans for ChatGPT as the service grows rapidly. (The first subscription tier, ChatGPT Plus, launched in February and costs $20 a month.) According to the source, ChatGPT reached nearly 100 million monthly active users in January, making it the fastest two months since its launch. The fastest growing consumer app in history.

In March, OpenAI explored potential new revenue streams and released plugins for ChatGPT, expanding the bot’s capabilities to use third-party knowledge sources and databases, including the Internet.

Despite controversy and numerous bans, ChatGPT emerged as the official winner for OpenAI, garnering mainstream media attention and generating countless social media memes. But it is an expensive service. According to Sam Altman, founder and CEO of OpenAI, ChatGPT’s operating costs are “staggering” compared to the total operating costs of chat.

In addition to ChatGPT Business, it announced a new feature that allows all ChatGPT users to disable chat history. According to OpenAI, conversations started with conversation history disabled are not used to train and improve OpenAI models and are not displayed in the history sidebar. But they will remain for 30 days and will be reviewed “to detect abuse as necessary.”

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There are new privacy features for ChatGPT users, presumably aimed at alleviating regulators’ concerns. Image Credits: Open AI

ChatGPT data can be exported starting today. Users can request that their data be sent as a file to the email address associated with their OpenAI account.

As regulators increase their scrutiny of OpenAI data practices, new opportunities are emerging. Last month, Italy banned ChatGPIT for potential privacy violations, alleging that OpenAI processed people’s data illegally and implemented a system to prevent minors from accessing ChatGPIT. France, Spain and Germany have begun testing OpenAI and its business services with a focus on ChatGPT’s GDPR compliance.

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