OpenAI GPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) is an advanced language model for natural language processing. GPT is built on the Transformer architecture, a deep learning model that specializes in processing sequential data. GPT is pre-trained on a massive corpus of diverse text from the internet, allowing it to learn the statistical patterns, grammar, and semantics of human language. It can then generate coherent and contextually relevant responses to given prompts, making it a helpful tool for various generative applications including patent drafting, paraphrasing, and summarizing. 

ClaimMaster's patent drafting tools let you store and invoke helpful GPT prompts enriched with the text from your documents to describe figures, and also to generate, rewrite, and summarize text.  To do so, ClaimMaster connects to either OpenAI's or Microsoft Azure OpenAI's GPT services via Enterprise-level API.  ClaimMaster will send and receive data to/from the selected GPT service using API directly from the computer where ClaimMaster is installed, without sending data for processing to any intermediate servers.  According to OpenAI API policies and/or Azure OpenAI API policies,  the use of API ensures that your prompts (inputs), completions (outputs), and any other transmitted data will not be available to other customers and will not be used to improve GPT models. To further enhance data privacy, you can also configure ClaimMaster with your own API key and endpoint (Azure) to connect to private models set up in OpenAI or Azure OpenAI services. If ClaimMaster is configured to access private GPT models using your API keys, those keys will be always stored in encrypted format on a machine where ClaimMaster is installed.

In any event, you are responsible for determining whether OpenAI API policies and/or Azure OpenAI API policies suit your needs, satisfy your organization's security requirements, and assume all risk for using GPT services with your confidential data. All GPT features in ClaimMaster will only transmit data to GPT after your explicit command. You control exactly what data is being sent to GPT.  It's also a good practice to always review GPT responses for factual correctness, especially if you are using GPT prompts with settings for higher response randomness/creativity.

To explore our GPT tools in more detail, click on the links below: