The recent Beta 2 release of Poly API has ushered in an era of innovative features that promise to reshape how businesses integrate AI models into their systems. Today, we dive deep into these new capabilities and the endless possibilities they bring with them. https://www.loom.com/share/b46a26d7efc6472cba8596d456af0b38 Embed AI models via Poly…
At Poly API, we continue to trailblaze the journey towards mainstream generative adoption. We don't just practice what we preach internally, but we're also at the forefront of offering this transformative service to our customers.
At Poly API, we're excitedly carving out our path in the exhilarating world of AI. We envision AI Agents, such as #chatgpt plugins, becoming key players in the technological sphere, encapsulated in user-friendly apps, powered by backend services for data access and actions.
At Poly API we were one of the first Alpha users of ChatGPT plugins and today I personally believe we are pushing the cutting edge R&D on enabling enterprises to rapidly adopt ChatGPT plugins and soon to be many more models with the appropriate level of governance.
Today I am thinking about the following question? How will #chatgpt (and other AI systems to come) plugins work in an enterprise environment? Say we use 15 tools/apps etc… Will they all have their own plugins? Will IT/Security need to review each of them?
Here is a short video of Poly API enabling OpenAI #ChatGPT working with Oracle Hospitality Opera Cloud and Twilio. Lots of learnings are being uncovered in getting these systems working together. Will share those in future posts. At this point I can say with confidence that most enterprise APIs will need modifications to be usable by AI. Additionally, I have discovered that the most interesting add-ons will likely include capabilities beyond their core service. More to come…
We are just scratching the surface of this bleeding edge technology but it's already apparent that ChatGPT will be a business channel for businesses soon enough.