🚀 OpenAI lands its biggest customer

🎉 Custom GPTs for everyone?

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Thursday’s top story: PwC has signed an agreement with OpenAI to give ChatGPT Enterprise to its employees and clients, making it OpenAI’s biggest customer.

🌤️ This Morning on AI Tool Report

  1. 🚀 OpenAI lands its biggest customer

  2. 🏛️ Meet the EU’s AI office

  3. 🎉 Custom GPTs for everyone?

  4. 💡 Mistral’s new game-changing model

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OpenAI lands its biggest customer

Our Report: PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)—one of the ‘big four’ accounting firms—has signed an agreement with OpenAI to give ChatGPT Enterprise (the business version of ChatGPT) to its employees and clients.

🔑 Key Points:

  • PwC will give ChatGPT Enterprise licenses to its 100,000+ employees across the US and UK—making it OpenAI’s biggest customer to date—as part of its $1B commitment to AI.

  • It will also use its “first-hand experience of AI transformation” to “help clients leverage ChatGPT Enterprise for better and faster ways of working,” having already identified over 3,000 use cases.

  • The company will develop custom GPTs to complement its audit, tax, and consulting services, and help its workforce review tax returns, generate proposal responses, and generate reports.

🤔 Why you should care: The agreement between OpenAI and PwC marks the first time OpenAI has agreed to a resale model, as it tries new revenue-making avenues, in the face of huge computing bills.

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Meet the EU’s AI office

Our Report: The EU has announced a 140-member “AI Office”--filled with technical experts, lawyers, political scientists, and economists–to regulate AI developments and enforce its newly approved AI law (the world’s first risk-based regulatory framework to govern AI), which is expected to come into force by the end of July.

🔑 Key Points:

  • The office will manage AI risk and encourage uptake and innovation within the EU and is expected to set a precedent for other countries, looking at how to regulate and govern AI.

  • It will have five units, each focusing on Regulation and Compliance; AI Safety; Excellence in AI and Robotics; AI for Social Good, and AI Innovation and Policy Coordination.

  • An immediate task for the office is to draw up a Code of Conduct for AI developers, and this is expected to launch imminently, once the new AI law comes into force.

🤔 Why you should care: Three of the AI office’s five units are focused on AI innovation and uptake, while just two are focused on safety and regulatory compliance, which is no doubt an effort by the EU to placate homegrown AI developers—who have complained that AI rules stifle innovation—but concerns remain about how new AI developments will affect safety and should this be more of a priority?

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🎉 Custom GPTs for everyone? 

Our Report: All ChatGPT users–whether they’re on a paid subscription or not–will now be able to use custom-built GPTs from the GPT store, and utilize other advanced features, that they previously had to pay for.

🔑 Key Points:

  • Previously, features like data analytics, chart creation, file upload, memory, and the custom GPT store were just available to paying users, but they’re now open to anyone using ChatGPT.

  • Users can’t build GPTs—unless they’re on a paid subscription—but can use custom, third-party GPTs like the Job Coach, Prompt Engineer, Business Coach, and Brainstorm Buddy, for instance.

  • Paid subscribers will still benefit from exclusive features such as higher message limits (when non-paying users reach their limit, they’re automatically downgraded to the older, GPT-3.5).

🤔 Why you should care: OpenAI has done this in line with its “mission to make AI technology accessible to all”, possibly a move to refute Elon Musk’s lawsuit, which states that it broke its founding agreement to share its technology with the public and help humanity.


💡 Mistral’s new game-changing model

Our Report: French AI startup, Mistral (backed by Microsoft and valued at $6B), has released its first AI model for coding, called Codestral, designed to help developers write and work with code.

🔑 Key Points:

  • Codestral has been trained in 80+ programming languages—including Python, Java, C++, and JavaScript—and can complete coding functions, write tests, and answer codebase questions.

  • Codestral is available through Mistral’s chatbot, ‘Le Chat’, an API for research or third-party app development, or HuggingFace, under a research, and testing purposes license.

  • Mistral says that Codestral is already outperforming other available coding AI assistants and is used by industry partners, including JetBrains, SourceGraph, and LlamaIndex.

🤔 Why you should care: Although 44% of developers use AI tools in their development process, a study—which analyzed over 150M lines of code—found that AI developer tools, like Codestral, are pushing inaccurate and wrong code to codebases or giving wrong answers to coding questions (over half the answers ChatGPT gives to programming questions are wrong) amplifying bugs and software security issues.

🍔 Quick hits

  • Google is committing $2B to Malaysia to build its first data center and cloud region.

  • OpenAI has signed another content licensing agreement, this time with news publishers Vox Media and The Atlantic.

  • Meta has identified "likely AI-generated content” used deceptively on its Facebook and Instagram platforms.

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