Microsoft to Launch Privacy-focused ChatGPT for Business
A ChatGPT Version Focused on Privacy
Businesses that deal with a lot of sensitive data, like banks, healthcare facilities, and even product companies, have typically avoided ChatGPT out of concern that their staff members might unintentionally divulge confidential information to the AI bot. In fact, employees of Samsung have already unintentionally exposed confidential business information via ChatGPT. As a result, the Korean giant decided to forbid ChatGPT and other comparable AI tools for its workers.
Microsoft to Launch Privacy-focused ChatGPT
Microsoft and OpenAI are both aware of the issue. According to a report from The Information, Microsoft intends to release a more secure and isolated version of ChatGPT later this quarter in order to appeal to these customers.
According to reports, the new service will function on devoted cloud servers. For example, if Microsoft offers the service to two companies A and B, the information of Companies A and B will be held separately to prevent data leaks and security breaches. guarantee better privacy. Additionally, the servers won't communicate with the primary ChatGPT servers.
Microsoft To ChatGPT For New Service Start
The new service, however, might be priced up to ten times higher than the standard one. Given that the ChatGPT Plus subscription plan costs $20, customers could expect to pay about $200 (possibly per team member) for Microsoft's privacy-focused version. Privacy shouldn't come at too high a cost, right?
This report comes as OpenAI is already making efforts to draw in clients. The business now offers the option to disable ChatGPT's chat history, exports your data, and is developing "ChatGPT Business." Additionally, it's possible that Microsoft's offering will rely on the latter.