ChatGPT has dominated the tech news cycle since it was released in November, and it will certainly not be the last dominant topic as tech companies feverishly work to release new solutions with new generative AI capabilities designed to help enterprises work more efficiently and intelligently.
Microsoft, Google and other enterprise computing providers are leading the charge in bringing generative AI to the workplace with Bing and Bard, respectively. However, many other tech firms are integrating ChatGPT creator OpenAI’s GPT-4 and other language models into their solutions to provide an intelligent assistant to augment their human users’ skills.
With these tools and use cases rapidly expanding, enterprise IT leaders should begin thinking about potential use cases and developing a plan to bring ChatGPT and other generative AI models to their workplace, experts say.
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