OpenAI Launches a New Initiative for Non-Profit Organizations

OpenAI launched a new initiative to improve the accessibility of its tools for nonprofit organizations.

Takeaway Points

  • OpenAI Launches a New Initiative for Non-Profit Organizations
  • The launch aims to improve the accessibility of OpenAI tools for nonprofit organizations.
  • OpenAI Introduces ChatGPT Edu.

OpenAI reported on Thursday that it has launched a new initiative for non-profit organizations. The launch aims to improve the accessibility of OpenAI tools for nonprofit organizations.

The AI research and deployment company said that nonprofit organizations are already using ChatGPT to increase productivity and serve their communities in novel ways, and that their ChatGPT can help these organizations of all sizes overcome some barriers and achieve more with fewer resources. 

Whether it’s drafting grant proposals, refining data analysis, or tailoring communication strategies for diverse audiences, ChatGPT can serve as a powerful force multiplier for nonprofit organizations, OpenAI said. 

With the new initiative that was launched, nonprofit organizations can now access ChatGPT Team at a discounted rate of $20 per month per user. Larger nonprofits ready for large-scale deployment can contact our sales team to access a 50% discount on ChatGPT Enterprise, the report stated. 

How will nonprofit organizations use OpenAI?

The company listed about four stories about how some nonprofit organizations leveraged their tools to work. It said that Serenas, a nonprofit dedicated to ending violence against women and girls in Brazil, used ChatGPT to unlock diverse, international funding sources by drafting effective grant proposals quickly.

The GLIDE Unconditional Legal Clinic uses ChatGPT to support legal aid in walk-in client meetings, and Think South Africa is training public health professionals to use ChatGPT to clean, analyze, and interpret health data, OpenAI said.

OpenAI Introduces ChatGPT Edu

On the same Thursday, OpenAI announced that it was introducing ChatGPT Edu, a version of ChatGPT built for universities to responsibly deploy AI to students, faculty, researchers, and campus operations. 

The ChatGPT Edu will be Powered by GPT-4o, this new offering includes enterprise-level security and controls and is affordable for educational institutions, the report said. 

The company explained that the reason it built ChatGPT Edu was because it saw the success universities like the University of Oxford, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, University of Texas at Austin, Arizona State University, and Columbia University in the City of New York were having with ChatGPT Enterprise.

Kyle Bowen, Deputy CIO at Arizona State University, said that “integrating OpenAI’s technology into our educational and operational frameworks accelerates transformation at ASU. We’re collaborating across our community to harness these tools, extending our learnings as a scalable model for other institutions.”

According to the report, ChatGPT Edu includes: access to GPT-4o, our flagship model, excelling in text interpretation, coding, and mathematics; Advanced capabilities such as data analytics, web browsing, and document summarization; The ability to build GPTs, custom versions of ChatGPT, and share them within university workspaces; Significantly higher message limits than the free version of ChatGPT; Improved language capabilities across quality and speed, with over 50 languages supported; Robust security, data privacy, and administrative controls such as group permissions, SSO, SCIM 1, and GPT management; Conversations and data are not used to train OpenAI models.

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