Here are today’s top trending news from the world of technology. News that every tech enthusiast should be aware of.
OpenAI rolls out ChatGPT plan for Enterprise Customers
OpenAI on Monday announced the launch of ChatGPT enterprise. Available at $20 per person per month, it offers a number of benefits that are otherwise not available on ‘plus’ and ‘free’ plans. These benefits include priority access to GPT-4, unlimited access to advanced data analysis, internally shareable chat templates and dedicated admin console to manage employees’ interaction with ChatGPT. These and other features could be used for various other purposes like sales, customer service, marketing, research and for many other purposes. ChatGPT enterprise is available in almost all countries and its free trail is also available.
DoorDash Introduces AI-powered voice ordering technology for restaurants
DoorDash has launched AI-powered voice ordering technology for restaurants. Known as DoorDash Voice, this feature is designed to help restaurants answer all of their customer calls including during peak time. Some of its key features include transcribing customer orders accurately with the help of AI, allowing customers to reorder their favorite meals with a single voice command and recommend menu items that are popular with other customers. DoorDash claims that this AI powered voice feature will help restaurants in bolstering sales and improving overall customer experience. However, this feature comes with its own challenges and limitations and hence restaurant may or may not find this feature useful.
Tech CEOs to attend Schumer’s AI Senate forum
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is all set to organize an AI forum on September 13. This AI forum will be attended by the who’s who of the tech world including Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, Sundar Pichai, Satya Nadella and Sam Altman. The forum is part of Schumer’s effort to bring a proper regulation to regulate the AI industry. With so many tech leaders attending this forum, it is expected that it will lead to certain concrete conclusion on AI regulations. The AI industry is growing rapidly and there is a growing concern that without proper regulation in place this technology can wreak havoc on humanity.
Google Home becomes more smarter & powerful
Google Home automation has just got more powerful with the rolling out of new feature called Google Home Routines. Routines allow users to automate your home by creating a sequence of actions that are triggered by a voice command or a specific event. For instance, users could create a routine that turns on your lights, locks your doors, and starts your coffee maker when you say “Good morning.” Likewise, users can add more routines that can automatically trigger other activities like playing music, setting a timer, or sending a message. By adding this feature, Google Home can pitch itself as a powerful and versatile platform to automate your home.