On Tuesday, Anthropy foot Claude, a language large model (LLM) that can generate text, write code, and act as an AI assistant similar to chat. The model arises from fundamental concerns about the future AI security Anthropic trained her using a technique she calls “Constitutional artificial intelligence. “
Two versions of the AI model, Claude and Claude Instant, are now available for a limited price.early accessThe group and business partners of Anthropic. Those with access can use Claude either through a chat interface in the Anthropic developer console or via an API. Using the API, developers can connect to remote Anthropic servers and add Claude analysis and capabilities Complete the text for their applications.
Anthropic claims that Claude is “much less likely to produce malicious output, easier to talk to, and more steerable” than other AI chatbots while maintaining a “high degree of reliability and predictability”. The company cites use cases such as searching, abstracting, collaborative writing, and coding. and quot; ChatGPT APIClaude can change his personality, style, or behavior depending on usage preference.
To sell Claude, Anthropic charges a usage fee per million characters of input and output. While OpenAI’s gpt-3.5-turbo AI model is $0.002 per 1000 characters (parts of a word), Claude Instant is available for $0.42 per million characters as quick input and $1.45 per million characters for output. Claude-v1, the larger model, comes in at $2.90 per million input characters and $8.60 per million output characters. Although there is no standard conversion between tokens and characters, our back-of-the-envelope calculation is that OpenAI’s ChatGPT API is about $0.40 to $0.50 per million characters, so Cloud is generally more expensive.
According to Anthropic, Claude is already integrated into several products available through partners, such as DuckAssist Instant summaries from DuckDuckGo, part of AI ideaand an AI chat app called father Created by Quora.
Former Vice President of Research at OpenAI Dario Amudi and his sister Daniela will found the Anthropic Foundation in 2021 like “a safety and artificial intelligence research firm” after a row over OpenAI’s growing commercial direction. Amoudi brought along other OpenAI employees such as Tom Brown, who led the engineering work on GPT-3. a review from GPT-3 to later as the foundational language model at the heart chat. according to the edgeGoogle invested $300 million in Anthropic in late 2022 for a 10% stake in the company.
Based on Google’s announced plans for cold and the sift API, it seems unlikely that Google will rely on Anthropomorphic AI solutions in its products, but funding a competitor to OpenAI may be in Google’s strategic interest in the future. For now, Anthropic plans to further develop and improve Claude.
“We plan to provide more updates in the coming weeks,” Anthropic wrote. “As we develop these systems, we will continually work on making them more useful, honest and harmless as we learn more from our safety research and deployment processes.”