10 Noteworthy Organizations Leveraging the Power of Generative AI

  • ChatGPT is a robust tool that can aid organizations in not only streamlining daily operations but also improving efficiency and consumer satisfaction.
  • Common applications of ChatGPT include customer support, infotainment, recruitment, and internal communication.
  • As AI technologies continue improving, more companies are likely to adopt ChatGPT for a variety of industries/verticals.

The use of generative AI has been trending across industries in recent years, and many companies are leveraging this technology to improve their product and service offerings. ChatGPT, one of the more popular examples of generative AI tools, uses algorithms to create content as per the parameters of existing data. Let us discuss some of the companies that are using ChatGPT and the advantages that they have extracted from the tool.

1. Bain & Company

Bain & Company has announced a global collaboration with OpenAI, working to bring ChatGPT’s capabilities to clients around the world. The Coca-Cola Company has become the first to leverage this partnership. 

Coca-Cola is expected to combine the capabilities of DALL.E and ChatGPT, particularly for marketing and consumer experience objectives. Bain & Company is, on the whole, looking towards building highly customizable solutions for clients to maximize business potential.

2. Mastercard

Multinational financial services giant Mastercard has integrated its customer service chatbot platform with ChatGPT to provide efficient and personalized services to consumers.

Mastercard’s chatbot, powered by ChatGPT, can work with a much wider range of consumer requirements, including account information, balance inquiry, and transaction histories, among others. Importantly, the chatbot can leverage machine learning algorithms to provide personalized recommendations by analyzing consumer behavior.

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3. Salesforce

In early March 2023, Salesforce introduced a ChatGPT app named Einstien for its Slack platform. The app is said to leverage ChatGPT’s robust AI technology, aiming to deliver writing assistance, conversation summaries, and research tools to organizations that use Slack.

The application is currently in Beta and will allow users to streamline channels and threads, draft messages faster, and provide easy access to research resources. The app will be available with over 2600 other integrations in the ecosystem, providing granular control to users for safe management of third-party access.

4. Allstate

Leading American insurance company Allstate has set up an AI-based chatbot – Allstate Business Insurance Expert (ABIE), on its official website to aid consumers with queries related to their offerings. The chatbot makes use of natural language processing to comprehend the intent of consumers accurately to provide highly relevant responses.

According to the company, the chatbot can provide answers associated with policies, coverage options and claims. The change will give the company benefits in terms of API integration, consistency, reducing human error, lower costs, and consumer support without issues of language barriers.

5. Bing

Microsoft’s Bing was one of the first companies to collaborate with OpenAI regarding ChatGPT. Before Google announced the release of Bard, Bing unveiled its search engine powered by ChatGPT in early February 2023.

The company has faced issues with ChatGPT, as the new search engine dubbed Prometheus started to identify itself as ‘Sydney’. While Microsoft eliminated the unintended change, the search engine continues to use ChatGPT.

6. Massive Bio Inc.

Massive Bio, a biotechnology company, has introduced the use of ChatGPT in the process of recruitment for clinical trials. The company aims to use AI to improve patient engagement by using natural language processing to provide relevant responses to patient queries through a better understanding of context.

Massive Bio’s chatbot can provide information on enrollment processes, details of clinical trials, and potential concerns that patients may have regarding participation, and it can match candidates who might be eligible for specific clinical trials.

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7. Shopify

Ecommerce platform Shopify has added ChatGPT to its Shop app. The platform makes use of ChatGPT, aiming to improve productivity for store owners. Shopify store owners use the tool to write SEO-friendly blogs promoting stores, draft emails and social media posts, and generate product descriptions.

The AI-based app can also recommend products to buyers that they might want through the use of personalized prompts.

8. Instacart

Like Shopify, Instacart Inc. has incorporated ChatGPT tech into its grocery delivery app. The company intends to use AI capabilities to bolster its search engine to respond to user queries in the form of dialog under a feature called ‘Ask Instacart’.

The app will allow users to research food-related queries such as healthy meal formulations, recipe ideas, and ingredients and generate shopping lists based on the ingredients of a particular recipe, saving users significant efforts in planning meals. 

9. Air India

India’s flag carrier airline, Air India, has been testing the ChatGPT chatbot in its systems in its efforts to transition to algorithm-based software that is aimed to replace conventional paper-based operations in a bid to improve revenue generation prospects.

The ChatGPT-based software can predict flyer behavior, including how much they are willing to pay and where they want to travel, which allows for optimized pricing instead of the older method, where a set rate was used for every block of seats.

10. Duolingo

Duolingo, the language learning platform, unveiled its latest offering Duolingo Max in March 2023. Powered by GPT-4, this new subscription tier allows users to partake in new features and exercises based on generative AI.

The first ChatGPT-based feature allows users to enter a chat with the Duo chatbot to avail simple explanations on why an answer is right or wrong, and they can even ask for examples and better clarification.

The other feature allows users to practice their conversation skills with simulated characters and situations in the app, which can provide experiences similar to that of the real world.

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In conclusion, ChatGPT is a valuable resource for companies that are seeking to enhance consumer experience and improve operational efficiency. AI technology is versatile and effective in many use cases. As the technology continues to evolve, more companies are likely to adopt ChatGPT and other chatbot resources to meet changing customer needs and stay competitive in an unpredictable marketplace.

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