Pennsylvania Strikes Deal with OpenAI


The state of Pennsylvania has become the first in the nation to adopt the use of generative AI for government employees. In conversations with OpenAI, the state has given the enterprise version of ChatGPT to a select number of employees. This small-scale test may prove the efficacy of generative AI in government, leading to possible widescale adoption in the near future. The version of ChatGPT used in the trial run is said to have increased privacy and security features that reduce the risk of data leaks and cyber-attacks. This program will act as a means for governments to see how generative AI can be effectively used and show OpenAI what features may be useful for organizations and institutions.

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