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The integration permits users to design graphics, presentations, and other visual content using Canva without leaving the ChatGPT interface. It streamlines the user experience by combining the capabilities of both platforms, eliminating the need to switch between applications or websites.
Recent ChatGPT Enterprise Introduction
Last month, OpenAI introduced ChatGPT Enterprise, a customized version of its famous ChatGPT chatbot tailored for enterprise customers. The improved service offers a range of features that are not accessible to regular ChatGPT users. ChatGPT has gained considerable popularity since its public launch in late 2022, with more than 80% of Fortune 500 companies adopting it into their operations.
Key Features and Enhancements ChatGPT Enterprise distinguishes itself with several exclusive offerings:
- Unlimited GPT-4 Access: This version gives unlimited and fast access to the GPT-4 chatbot. It removes all usage restrictions and delivers a performance that's up to twice as fast as its predecessor.
- Advanced Data Analysis Capabilities: Users get unlimited access to advanced data analysis tools, formerly known as the Code Interpreter.
- Extended Input Capabilities: With the addition of a 32k context, the Enterprise version enables the processing of inputs or files that are four times longer than before.
Is ChatGPT Threatening OpenAI's Future
Despite the popularity of ChatGPT, the chatbot could be a threat to OpenAI's financial security. As the company pushes to be the leading generative AI developer in the world, it is losing around $700,000 a day maintaining ChatGPT.
In a report published by Analytics India Magazine, it was revealed that OpenAI's losses have doubled since it started developing ChatGPT. The company is now losing over $500 million per year, and it could go bankrupt by the end of 2024 if it doesn't find a way to turn a profit.