Google-backed Anthropic launches Claude, an AI chatbot that’s simpler to speak to
Anthropic, the substitute intelligence firm based by ex-OpenAI workers, has launched its AI chatbot, Claude. Whereas the device does a lot of what OpenAI’s ChatGPT can, Anthropic says its early shoppers report the device’s “much less prone to produce dangerous outputs” and is “simpler to converse with.”
Like OpenAI, Anthropic additionally has huge tech backing: Google invested $300 million into Anthropic in February. The corporate’s chatbot — just like ChatGPT — can present summaries, reply questions, present help with writing, and generate code. You may as well tweak the chatbot’s tone, character, and habits, which sounds a bit extra complete than the “inventive, balanced, and exact” settings Bing’s chatbot affords.
Total, the purpose of Anthropic is to develop an AI assistant that’s “useful, sincere, and innocent.” It additionally has no capability to entry the web, as Anthropic says it’s designed to be “self-contained.”