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Anthropic Rolls Out New AI Chabot Model to Challenge OpenAI ChatGPT, Others

Anthropic Rolls Out New AI Chabot Model to Challenge OpenAI ChatGPT, Others

Artificial intelligence startup Anthropic has launched a new version of its Claude chatbot model to challenge OpenAI ChatGPT and other AI Chatbots.

The company claims that its new AI model Claude 3.5 Sonnet, will raise the industry bar for intelligence, outperforming competitor models on a wide range of evaluations.

Anthropic claims that the Claude 3.5 Sonnet can independently write, edit, and execute code. It also comes with reasoning and troubleshooting capabilities that enable it to perform complex tasks such as code translation. 

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Apart from the text and coding-based upgrades, the new AI model also gets improved computer vision, which enables it to transcribe text from imperfect images, graphics, or illustrations. A new Artifact feature has also been included with the new AI chatbot. It is a sandbox-style preview window that opens when the AI is asked to generate content such as code snippets, text documents, or website designs. Users can see, edit, and build upon Claude’s generation.

From there, users can prompt Claude to make changes, and it will keep the Artifacts window updated with its latest output. The company sees Artifacts as a first step towards making Claude a space for broader team collaboration.

The company wrote via a press release,

“In the near future, teams and eventually entire organizations will be able to securely centralize their knowledge, documents, and ongoing work in one shared space, with Claude serving as an on-demand teammates”.

For consumers, the company has made the Claude 3.5 Sonnet available for free at Claude.ai and in an iOS app. It also is letting web users opt into a setting called “Artifacts.” This organizes the content that users prompt Claude to generate whether the outline for a novel or a simple computer game in a window display alongside their chat with Al.

The launch of this new chatbot is coming out three months after the AI firm unveiled the Claude 3 family of artificial intelligence (AI) models. Anthropic revealed that the latest AI model can outperform Claude 3 Opus, the most capable model from the previous generation.

Anthropic plans to release more AI models this year, including Claude 3.5 Opus, it said. “We want to have as fast a release cycle as we can, again, subject to our safety values,”

As regards to users safety, the company  stated that Claude 3.5 Sonnet remains at ASL-2 (AI Safety Level 2) standard. As per the AI firm’s Responsible Scaling Policy, ASL-2 refers to systems that show early signs of dangerous capabilities (such as providing instructions to create a bioweapon) but are not considered useful due to lack of reliability and that the information is already available publicly.

Beyond the safety rating, Anthropic also claimed that it has engaged with external experts to test and improve safety mechanisms with Claude 3.5 Sonnet. The AI model was also provided to the UK’s Artificial Intelligence Safety Institute (UK AISI) for evaluation before it was deployed.

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