After months and years of creating a buzz about it, Salesforce has announced a teaser on Twitter that EinteinGPT will be introduced at the TrailblazerDX ’23 on the 7th of March 2023.
The lead up to this has been tremendous. Salesforce acquired ten companies after it announced that Einstein was in the making, way back in 2016.
Salesforce Einstein then came into being as an integrated set of technologies that could power all Salesforce products with AI – making more immersive, personalized and predictive experiences possible.
After years of speculation and buzz, Salesforce Einstein here and armed with a GPT tag, which industry experts presume is a combination of the Salesforce Einstein and OpenAI’s GPT.
The tweets speak of a “CRM that knows your customers better than you do and can even predict their next move,” that “generates Leads, closes deals” and can write reports with “jokes included.”
Will EinsteinGPT be focused on the Sales Cloud as the “generates leads, closes deals” seems to suggest? Or is it an extension of the Einstein Search which can pull out answers to queries using NLP (natural language processing)? We will have to wait and see.
Einstein search currently can give users a lot more than just personalized results. It can instantly suggest records and previews when a user starts to type. It can edit records and instantly access related quick links. It can generate recommended results as soon as a user starts to type.
Maybe it will now evolve into something much quicker, which works much faster, retrieving more relevant results and complete tasks from the search results itself.
AI has been around for a while now. But it has taken the debut of OpenAI’s ChatGPT to show the world, just how tangible AI is, the sheer power it has and how it can impact the lives of everyone in the future. Reuters recently published a report about a UBS study that found ChatGPT to be the fastest-growing customer application in history!