GenAI analyst firm GAI Insights has ranked CustomGPT in its top 10 emerging leaders in LLM vendors report alongside OpenAI, Microsoft, Google, Amazon and others.
The firm has just published its GAI Insights Corporate Buyers’ Guide to LLMs as a resource for leaders looking to invest in and achieve business results with GenAI.
Let’s learn more about the report and, importantly, what this firm’s top ten emerging AI leaders do.
The GAI Insights report “dives deep into the realm of Artificial Intelligence,” with GAI Insights analysts conducting months of research to arrive at their findings. The firm identified and evaluated its ten emerging leaders, including CustomGPT, and has broken down their strengths and innovations in the report. The ten companies have been assessed on product innovation, investors, strategic relationships, case studies and customer references, and the strength and quality of their teams. GAI Insights says:
“The GAI Insights Corporate Buyers’ Guide to LLMs reflects the diversity of the AI landscape, featuring solutions with varying costs. From no-code front-end solutions like CustomGPT to full-stack systems like Samba Nova Systems, encompassing everything from chips to proprietary LLM, this guide caters to a wide spectrum of corporate needs.”
Of course, we’re highlighting CustomGPT in that quote because we’re proud to have been included in the report – here’s the list of ten companies selected by GAI Insights.
GAI Insights prides itself on some industry firsts, too. The company has created the largest ChatGPT Meetup group in the US. It conducts ChatGPT workshops and webinars for Harvard Business School, UBS, Boston University Questrom School of Business, and many other companies and investors.
Three of the company’s founders and analysts penned “Where Should Your Company Start with GenAI” for Harvard Business Review in September 2023. The article is a valuable resource for businesses wondering how to begin an AI journey.
GAI Insights CEO and Principal Analyst Paul Baier is a seasoned software entrepreneur and investor, Co-founder Dr. John J. Sviokla is an ex Partner at PwC and a Harvard Business School Professor, and Co-founder Jimmy Hexter was a Senior Partner at McKinsey. These are just a few members of the team.
We thought it might be interesting to take a quick look at the business proposition and focus of GAI Insights’ top ten AI leaders, as the report includes AI and LLM pioneers like OpenAI and business-grade zero-code platforms like CustomGPT.
This company aims to lead the revolution in natural language processing (NLP) and turn machines into the “ultimate thought partners.” AI21 has already launched wordtune, a writing companion, and wordtune read. The latter is an AI reader that summarizes long documents.
German company Aleph Alpha has been tipped as a hopeful for Europe’s answer to OpenAI. It sells generative AI as a service to companies, banks, and governments, builds its own large language models (LLMs), and works to achieve artificial general intelligence (AGI).
Amazon is reportedly building generative AI applications across all its divisions, including for its assistant Alexa. It’s launched generative AI writing and image generation tools for its sellers, and it has a $4 billion investment, a minor stake, in Anthropic.
OpenAI competitor Anthropic has already launched ChatGPT rival “Claude” in the US and UK. As well as financial backing from Amazon, Anthropic’s investors include Google, which has just increased its stake, Facebook, Zoom, and LG.
Cohere is also building LLMs and an enterprise alternative to ChatGPT. The company is backed by investors such as Oracle and Nvidia and reportedly has links to Google. Its generative AI models are designed to be cloud-agnostic and compatible with Google, AWS, and other cloud service providers.
CustomGPT empowers businesses and individuals with cutting-edge AI solutions that can be deployed with zero technical expertise. It’s a privacy-first business-grade platform that uses ChatGPT-4’s model with guardrails that prevent hallucinations and falsifications. CustomGPT users can build and launch their own generative AI chatbot in less than a day.
This company is developing an AI-powered cloud-based data engineering tool, and its
Data Intelligence Platform, which uses MosaicML’s generative AI. The platform allows users to upload structured and unstructured data and then gain insights using plain English prompts rather than coding languages like Python.
Of course, Google’s AI web is wide. It is reportedly building AI into over 25 products and has investments in several leading generative AI players. Google is building a new ChatGPT rival, Gemini, which is anticipated to launch next year. Gemini is tipped to upgrade Google’s existing AI, Google Bard, improve Google Assistant, and power YouTube creator tools.
Microsoft already has a sturdy partnership with OpenAI, incorporating ChatGPT-4 with Bing to create Bing Chat, but it’s also building other AI products and partnerships, including with DataBricks. Bing Chat is being renamed Copilot and upgraded with GPT-4 Turbo, increasing the number of characters for every chat.
After constantly iterating ChatGPT, OpenAI’s live model is ChatGPT-4. However, amidst board leadership turmoil over the past few weeks, it’s rumored OpenAI may have made a significant AGI breakthrough with “Q*.”
GAI Insights chosen ten generative AI leaders is quite a star-studded list that illustrates the range of AI innovations and services already available and in development for consumers, enterprise, and commerce applications.
CustomGPT allows ANYONE to create a ChatGPT bot populated only with data provided, so there’s no making up facts. CustomGPT can grow business revenue via increased customer engagement or lower costs by improving employee and process efficiency.