Stripe, American payment processing platform and Morgan Stanley are among the companies that have already announced they will use GPT4
To improve its functions, Air India is planning to use GPT4, the latest and enhanced version of AI chatbot ChatGPT, said the company’s CEO on Monday. The use of the language model, which has taken the tech world by storm, will not be “gimmicky” but to actually enhance the airline’s functions, Campbell Wilson said at the CAPA India Aviation Summit 2023.
Without elaborating, Wilson later said that the airline would use GPT4, which was launched by Microsoft-backed OpenAI last week.
From writing poetry to financial reports and even code, the language model has been a rage in the way it can replicate human capabilities on a wide range of functions.
Seeing, describing and enhancing pictures are the several enhanced capabilities of GPT4.
Stripe, American payment processing platform and Morgan Stanley are among the companies that have already announced they will use GPT4.
Also, including General Motors, a plethora of companies have said they will use ChatGPT.
Under its new owner the Tata group, Air India has been trying to reinvent itself on every aspect-product, operations and finance-after it changed hands last year post a bidding process by the Indian government, its erstwhile owner. The airline, among other things has placed a historic order for 470 planes list priced at over $70 billion.
As it refurbishes its existing fleet and gets delivery of new aircraft, the airline is in talks with Jaguar Land Rover for ideas on cabin design, said Wilson.
Also, the airline is overhauling its loyalty programme, its revenue and fleet management functions and its HR structure.
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