Anthropic Rolled Thursday’s latest AI language model, Claude 3.5 Sonnet. The updated chatbot outperforms the company’s previous top model, the Claude 3 Opus, while operating twice as fast. Claude users (including those with free accounts) can check it out starting today.

The Sonnet, which tends to be the more balanced anthropic model, is the first release in the Claude 3.5 family. The company says the Claude 3.5 Haiku (the fastest of every generation) and the Claude 3.5 Opus (the most powerful) will arrive later this year. (These models will remain on version 3 in the meantime.) The Sonnet update is coming in just a few months Claude family arrival 3, Showcasing the breakneck speed at which AI companies are deploying their latest and greatest.

Chart showing benchmark comparisons between recent AI chatbot models: Claude 3.5 Sonnet, Claude 3 Opus, GPT-4o, Gemini 1.5 Pro, and Llama-400b.Chart showing benchmark comparisons between recent AI chatbot models: Claude 3.5 Sonnet, Claude 3 Opus, GPT-4o, Gemini 1.5 Pro, and Llama-400b.


Anthropy claims that Claude’s Sonnet 3.5 represents a step forward in understanding nuance, humor, and complex claims, and can write in a more natural tone. The benchmarks (above) showcase the new model that breaks industry records in terms of graduate-level thinking, undergraduate-level knowledge, and programming proficiency. It’s pulsing OpenAI GPT-4o On many published humanitarian standards. However, the latest cloud, ChatGPT, twin And Llama Models tend to score within a few percentage points of each other on most tests, underscoring intense competition.

The company claims that the Claude 3.5 Sonnet is also better at interpreting visual input than the Claude 3.0 Opus. Anthropic says the new model can “accurately copy text from imperfect images,” a skill it hopes will appeal to customers in retail, logistics and financial services who need to get data from charts, graphs and other visual cues.

Claude’s update also brings a new workspace that the company calls Artifacts (above). When you ask the chatbot to create content such as code, text documents, or web designs, a dedicated window appears to the right of the chat. From there, you can ask Claude to make changes, and it will keep the Artifacts window updated with its latest output.

The company sees Artifacts as a first step toward making Claude a space for broader team collaboration. “In the near future, teams — and eventually entire organizations — will be able to securely bring together their knowledge, documents, and ongoing work in one shared space, with Claude acting as an on-demand teammate,” the company wrote in a press release. .

Claude 3.5 Sonnet is now available for anyone with an account to try it out Its websiteas well as in Cloud iOS app. (On both platforms, Claude Pro and Team subscribers get a higher number of tokens.) You can also access it through the Anthropic API, Amazon Bedrock, and Google Cloud’s Vertex AI. It costs $3 per million input codes and $15 per million output codes – the same as the previous model.

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