With the versatile capabilities of ChatGPT many large companies are taking steps to prohibit its use internally amongst staff and within company policies and procedures. Industry leaders like Accenture, Amazon, Goldman Sachs Group, and Verizon Communications stand out. Their decision is made in the name of data protection, fearing that ChatGPT could potentially open their companies up to unknown risks around disclosure of sensitive data and internal communications.
Here is a list of large companies that have implemented internal restrictions on ChatGPT usage:
Goldman Sachs Group
Bank of America
Commonwealth Bank of Australia
World Economic Forum
Italian Data Protection Authority
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Mishcon de Reya
These measures highlight the cautious approach that these organizations are adopting to navigate the potential risks associated with ChatGPT and its capabilities.
ChatGPT Enterprise which was launched just this week is geared towards businesses with some built in features such as robust privacy measures and advanced data analysis capabilities. ChatGPT Enterprise is OpenAI’s
attempt to address business concerns confirming that:
1- It will not use business data sent to ChatGPT Enterprise or any usage data for model training
2- That all interactions with ChatGPT Enterprise are encrypted during transmission and while stored
The launch of ChatGPT Enterprise introduces a potential opportunity for companies to rethink their reservations about AI adoption, especially for those with heavy reliance on processes and compliance documentation. The solution could potentially pave the way for a more welcoming approach towards integrating AI technologies within large organizations.
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