OpenAI launched a new subscription option for its popular artificial intelligence chatbot, ChatGPTdesigned specifically for small teams who prefer to manage the service themselves.
This modality is called ChatGPT Team and allows groups of up to 149 participants to use ChatGPTincluding also special tools for organizing and managing a team.
Members of the team that subscribes to ChatGPT access the latest versions OpenAI How GPT-4which creates the text as well as GPT-4 With Visionwhich is capable of understanding both images and text because DALL-E 3which creates images.
In addition, they have tools that allow ChatGPT view, modify and extract data from files uploaded to the platform.
ChatGPT Team makes it easier for team users to develop and share applications GPT personalized, developed based on OpenAI artificial intelligence models that generate text.
These apps GPT They can be created without knowing how to program, and their complexity will depend on what each person wants. An example of its use would be to include codes that are exclusive to a company so that its developers can check whether they conform to a certain style, or create code following recommended best practices.
Except, OpenAI reports that clients ChatGPT The team will receive updates and new features in the future, the specific details of which have not yet been determined. The company also guarantees that it will not use data or team conversations to train its models.
ChatGPT Team It is offered at $30 per user per month, or at a reduced price of $25 per user per month if annual billing is selected.
This plan is priced higher than ChatGPT Plus, OpenAI’s premium custom service, which costs $20 per month. However, ChatGPT Team is much cheaper compared to ChatGPT Enterprisewhich costs up to $60 per user per month and requires a minimum participation of 150 users with an annual contract.
OpenAI, The company behind ChatGPT said it is currently “impossible” to develop artificial intelligence without resorting to copyrighted material.
A statement that arises in a situation where a company is accused of allegedly using protected content without proper authorization.
The company expressed this position before the special committee on digital technologies and communications UK House of Lordsdue to a lawsuit filed by The New York Times for unauthorized use of content for the company’s AI development.
“It would be impossible to train today’s leading AI models without the use of copyrighted material,” the company said in the midst of the lawsuit.
In accordance with OpenAIToday, “copyright covers virtually all forms of human expression,” such as blog posts, photographs, forum posts, pieces of software code, and government documents.
Information that artificial intelligence constantly uses to generate content in real time.
Moreover, they stated that by limiting themselves to public domain content, although historically significant, I would be inadequate provide artificial intelligence systems with the capabilities and knowledge necessary to meet the needs of modern society.
The confrontation with copyright law has led to OpenAI become embroiled in legal disputes and accusations.
The New York Times and several prominent authors have already condemned the company. Microsoft for allegedly using its contents to train artificial intelligence systems such as ChatGPT without prior permission. The lawsuit accuses these companies of do “illegal use” original work by the authors.