Anthropic unveils new “Claude 3” AI models to beat OpenAI and Google



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  • Added information about Haiku
  • Added information about training data
  • Added a video about the visual capabilities of Claude 3

Update from March 4, 2024:

Anthropic’s smallest and fastest AI model, Haiku, is now available through the Anthropic API. The company says it outperforms competing models from OpenAI (GPT-3.5) and Google (Gemini Pro 1.0) in numerous benchmarks, and is about three times faster for many tasks at a significantly lower cost.

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Anthropic cites near real-time customer support and cost-effective analysis of quarterly reports and contracts as sample use cases. According to Anthropic, Claude 3 Haiku can process and analyze 400 Supreme Court cases or 2,500 images for just one US dollar.

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Amazon, which offers all three new Claude 3 models in its Bedrock cloud service, shows a video of Claude 3’s visual capabilities in action. For example, it says, “Pharmaceutical companies can query drug research papers alongside protein structure diagrams to speed discovery. Media organizations can automatically generate captions or video scripts.” The model shown is the largest, Opus.

Video: AWS

Original article from March 4, 2024:

Anthropic introduces Claude 3, its latest large language model, available in three versions. The most powerful version, “Opus”, is supposed to be at least on par with GPT-4.

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technical report for Claude 3 suggests that Anthropic used synthetic data (“generated internally”) in addition to common Internet data, with a cutoff date of August 2023.

“Claude 3 models are trained on a proprietary blend of publicly available information on the Internet as of August 2023, as well as non-public data from third parties, data provided by data labeling services and paid contractors, and data we generate internally.”



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