OpenAI has introduced ChatGPT Team, a new subscription plan for organizations. It serves as a collaborative workspace, allowing teams to manage their ChatGPT-related tasks securely.
Contrary to initial concerns about AI replacing workers, the introduction of the ChatGPT Team presents a different perspective. AI is depicted as a capable intern, handling mundane tasks such as creating visualizations from data and extracting insights, contributing to a more collaborative workplace.
All about the ChatGPT Team
The new ChatGPT subscription for the team comes with three key features:
- Advanced GPT Models
- Collaborative work with shared custom GPTs
- Security is provided in a dedicated and private workspace
Picture ChatGPT Team as an AI team assistant for each employee. It efficiently handles routine tasks like turning data into a line chart, converting text from an image, or creating visualizations and action items from data. It also suggests coding assistance, email automation, and data analysis—typically time-consuming tasks.
Instead of replacing workers, ChatGPT is seen as a tool to enhance productivity, enabling team members to accomplish more in less time.
ChatGPT Team provides early access to new features and guarantees no use of business data for training. Moreover, it allows collaborative work on custom GPTs and offers an admin panel for easy management. However, subscribers get enhanced access to DALL·E, Browsing, and GPT-4 with a 32k context window.
Priced at $25 per team member, ChatGPT is a cost-effective solution, acting as a time-saving assistant for each employee.
According to the official announcement, integrating AI into everyday workflows enhances team productivity. A recent study at the Harvard Business School found that employees with access to GPT-4 completed tasks 25% faster and achieved a 40% higher quality of work than those without such access.