Here are the companies using ChatGPT

Gadgets Now Bureau Mar 17, 2023 5:41pm IST

OpenAI’s Microsoft-backed ChatGPT seems to be the biggest technology right now. Launched in November 2022, the chatbot has taken the world by storm. Since its inception, companies have been scrambling to offer artificial technology (AI) in their products. In the past few weeks, several companies have announced that they have implemented the chatbot or its generative AI in their products. Here are some names.

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Bain & Company

The management consulting giant has partnered with OpenAI to integrate its technologies, including ChatGPT, into its management systems, research and processes. The company has announced that Coca-Cola will be the first major consumer goods company to deploy the system.

Khan Academy

Khan Academy is an ed-tech startup that offers math, science and humanities classes. The company has announced that it will use ChatGPT-4 to power Khanmigo, an AI-powered assistant that acts as both a virtual tutor for students and a classroom assistant for teachers. Khan Academy began testing the latest version of OpenAI’s language model in 2022 and will initially make the Khanmigo pilot available to a limited number of participants.


Morgan Stanley maintains a content library of hundreds of thousands of pages of knowledge and insights spanning investment strategies, market research and commentary, and analyst insights. Using OpenAI’s GPT-4, Morgan Stanley aims to change how its wealth management staff find relevant information.


The company wants to help its 50 million users learn a second language. The Duolingo platform supports 40 languages ​​in its 100+ courses. Duolingo turned to OpenAI’s GPT-4 to extend the product with two new features: Role Play, an AI interlocutor; and Explain my answer which breaks down the rules if you make a mistake. These features are available in a new subscription tier called Duolingo Max.

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Snap’s own instant messaging platform, Snapchat, has also released its own chatbot powered by ChatGPT. Snapchat’s chatbot – My AI – is powered by the latest version of OpenAI’s ChatGPT. The chatbot is pinned to the app’s chat tab and appears above conversations with friends. Currently, Snapchat’s chatbot is only available to Snapchat Plus subscribers. The company plans to roll out the bot to its entire 750 million user base in the coming days.


Salesforce has announced that it is working with ChatGPT developer OpenAI to add the technology to its Slack collaboration software. ChatGPT’s technology, dubbed EinsteinGPT, will help the company provide instant conversation summaries, research tools, and writing aids right within Slack. According to the company, the AI-powered call summaries will help users quickly learn what’s happening.


India’s microblogging platform Koo also rolled out some new features that it claims will allow creators to create and draft posts using ChatGPT. The feature is available for verified profiles on Koo and will be rolled out to all users soon. The creators can type their prompts in ChatGPT within the app or use Koo’s voice command feature to give their voice prompt without typing.


Shopify also added ChatGPT to their app. With the help of ChatGPT, the company aims to help buyers find the product they want by using various prompts. ChatGPT-based chatbots can engage customers in personalized conversations, enhancing their shopping experience. Chatbots can suggest products, offer discounts, and provide personalized recommendations based on customers’ interests and preferences.

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