- ChatGPT Business subscription will provide professionals with more control over their data and cater to enterprise users managing their end users.
- The new subscription addresses concerns from businesses like JPMorgan, Amazon, and Verizon, which have barred staff from using ChatGPT due to potential risks to sensitive information.
- By default, end users' data in ChatGPT Business will not be used to train models.
- Users can now disable chat history, allowing better data management compared to the previous opt-out process. Disabled chat history will be retained for 30 days for monitoring potential abuse before being deleted.
- OpenAI has applied for trademark protection for 'GPT' but faced a rejection due to unpaid fees. This trademark could face opposition due to the widespread use of 'GPT' in rival model names.