OpenAI Adds New Tools For Better Accuracy

Penka Hristovska
Penka Hristovska Senior Editor
Published on: April 8, 2024
Penka Hristovska Penka Hristovska
Published on: April 8, 2024 Senior Editor

OpenAI has launched new customization options for its GPT-4 API, targeting enterprise customers who demand high accuracy from generative AI technologies.

These options let users fine-tune and tweak the AI model to match exactly what different industries or specific business needs require. This means the AI can be made to work just right for a variety of different jobs or company-specific tasks.

OpenAI has upgraded the GPT-4 API with convenient features. Now, it can link up with other platforms to share data that helps make the AI smarter, save changes to the AI without having to start its training all over again, and use a new tool that makes it easier to see how well different versions of the AI are doing. This means businesses can improve AI more efficiently and keep track of its progress.

Since launching in 2020, the OpenAI API has let companies use and build on top of its advanced AI models. Starting with GPT-3.5 last August, OpenAI introduced the option to fine-tune these models and later brought this feature to GPT-4 as well.

ChatGPT Enterprise, which has attracted over 600,000 sign-ups for exclusive access to it,  already offers features that serve businesses, including data and privacy protection.

OpenAI COO Brad Lightcap branded this as “the year of adoption for AI in the enterprise,” noting that the company is seeing “tremendous momentum.”

“I expect a lot more from us in the future on this front,” Lightcap told Bloomberg.

OpenAI employs around 1,200 people, according to Lightcap, but he says there’s a global demand for its services, which is why they’re also planning to establish an office in Tokyo.

“We have a very global base of demand. So we want to show up where our customers are. We feel a lot of pull from places like Japan and Asia broadly,” he said.

About the Author
Penka Hristovska
Penka Hristovska
Senior Editor
Published on: April 8, 2024

About the Author

Penka Hristovska is an editor at SafetyDetectives. She was an editor at several review sites that covered all things technology — including VPNs and password managers — and had previously written on various topics, from online security and gaming to computer hardware. She’s highly interested in the latest developments in the cybersecurity space and enjoys learning about new trends in the tech sector. When she’s not in “research mode,” she’s probably re-watching Lord of The Rings or playing DOTA 2 with her friends.

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