Anthropic claims its latest AI model outperforms GPT-4

  • Anthropic unveils Claude 3, its latest GenAI technology, claiming superior performance over GPT-4 in various functions.
  • Anthropic asserts that all versions of Claude 3 exhibit enhanced analysis and prediction capabilities, surpassing benchmarks set by ChatGPT, GPT-4, and Google’s Gemini 1.0 Ultra models.
  • Claude 3’s multimodal nature enables it to handle both text and visuals, promising more expressive and engaging responses while offering greater ease of use for users.

Anthropic, an AI company, today unveiled the most recent version of its GenAI technology, Claude. Furthermore, the business asserts that the AI chatbot outperforms OpenAI’s GPT-4 in terms of functionality.

Anthropic introduces Claude 3

Claude 3, the name of Anthropic’s next GenAI, is a family of models that includes Claude 3 Opus, Claude 3 Sonnet, and Claude 3 Haiku, with Opus being the most potent.

Anthropic claims that all models exhibit enhanced capabilities in analysis and prediction, showcasing improved performance on specific benchmarks when contrasted with models like ChatGPT, GPT-4, and Google’s Gemini 1.0 Ultra.

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About Claude 3

Claude 3 is the first multimodal GenAI from Anthropic, which means it can assess both text and visuals. Claude 3 can handle images from PDFs, slideshows, and other document types as well as charts, graphs, and technical diagrams.

According to Anthropic, Claude 3 will initially feature a context window with 200,000 tokens, or around 150,000 words. A context window with one million tokens will be available to a select few clients.

Anthropic stated, “Claude 3 tends to generate more expressive and engaging responses. It is easier to prompt and steer compared to our legacy models. Users should find that they can achieve the desired results with shorter and more concise prompts.”

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