OpenAI just partnered with Arizona State University

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AI is making its way into more corners of our lives, and it’s already had an impact on the education system. Well, some universities are looking to work closely with AI technology to help empower their students. According to a new report, Arizona State University (ASU) entered a new partnership with ChatGPT maker OpenAI.

Last year, schools across the world were dealing with a pretty big issue. Countless students were using tools like ChatGPT to generate their school reports. Schools employed tools to help them spot AI-generated reports, but they just couldn’t with any sort of reliability.

However, the OpenAI and ASU partnership will be a bit different

This partnership involves OpenAI giving the school access to ChatGPT Enterprise. We don’t know the specifics of how the school plans to use ChatGPT. However, ASU Chief Information Officer Lev Gonick stated, “By providing access to advanced AI capabilities, these tools are leveling the playing field, allowing individuals and organizations — regardless of size or resources — to harness the power of AI for creative and innovative endeavors.”

Also, according to ASU President, the university is really committed to harnessing the power of AI technology. “Our collaboration with OpenAI reflects our philosophy and our commitment to participating directly to the responsible evolution of AI learning technologies.”

This is the first time that a higher education institution has collaborated with OpenAI, and this might chart the path for others to follow. Generative AI technology is still in its infancy, so we’re still learning about its potential impacts on certain industries. So, we’re going to have to wait and see how ChatGPT positively affects ASU.

What is ChatGPT Enterprise?

If you’re looking for a powerful AI tool, then you’ll want to look into ChatGPT Enterprise. This is the highest-paid tier of ChatGPT on the market, and it offers the most robust perks. The perks include unlimited high-speed access to GPT-4, shareable workflow templates, a 128K token context window, a Dedicated admin console, top-of-the-line data encryption, and many more. You can check it out on the ChatGPT Enterprise page.

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