Anthropic uses a fast new Artificial Intelligence model and clever ways to interact with it

Expectations on Anthropic’s Claude 3 Opus and Beyond: The Case for an Improved, Smarter, More Human Claude

The model is the biggest news at the moment. And the pace of improvement here is wild to watch: Anthropic launched Claude 3 Opus in March, proudly saying it was as good as GPT-4 and Gemini 1.0, before OpenAI and Google released better versions of their models. It will be soon before Anthropic and its competitors do the same thing. Claude is in the race, but he is not as discussed as other people.

Anthropic is also making a new feature called Artifacts. With Artifacts, you’ll be able to see and interact with the results of your Claude requests: if you ask the model to design something for you, it can now show you what it looks like and let you edit it right in the app. If Claude writes you an email, you can edit the email in the Claude app instead of having to copy it to a text editor. It is a small feature, but it is clever as the tools need to become more than just something to chat with.

what does that amount to? Anthropic says Claude 3.5 Sonnet will be far better at writing and translating code, handling multistep workflows, interpreting charts and graphs, and transcribing text from images. This new and improved Claude is also apparently better at understanding humor and can write in a much more human way.

GPT-4 and the Future: The Rise and Fall of the Pre-Main Sequence Modeling Paradigm in Computing with Next-Generation Scaling

The world is still waiting for the next big leap despite new models out-doing GPT-4. GPT-4 exposed the problem of brute- force scaling of model size and computation and helped spur the use of innovation in model design and training.

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