OpenAI’s ChatGPT may find its place as a market leader in the push into the consumer AI chatbot space as Anthropic today (June 21) announced its most powerful AI model to date in Claude 3.5 Sonnet.

Anthropic has announced its debut Claude 3 family of models In March, this new addition will come a month later OpenAI GPT-4o It was published in May.

The startup was founded by former OpenAI executives and has since been backed by companies like Google, Salesforce, and Amazon.

“The Claude 3.5 Sonnet raises the industry bar when it comes to intelligence, outperforming competing models,” the creators said in a statement. Blog post.

This model is said to have set “new industry standards” for graduate-level reasoning, undergraduate-level knowledge, and programming proficiency.

The ability to understand nuance, humor, and complex instructions has also been worked on.

A chart showing how Anthropic Claude 3.5 Sonnet stacks up against the restA chart showing how Anthropic Claude 3.5 Sonnet stacks up against the rest
A chart showing how the Anthropic Claude 3.5 Sonnet outperforms other Anthropic models

This new version is the company’s most powerful vision model to date, outperforming other models in vision benchmarks.

“These gradual improvements are most pronounced for tasks that require visual thinking, such as interpreting charts and graphs.

“Claude 3.5 Sonnet can also accurately transcribe text from imperfect images – a key capability for retail, logistics and financial services, where AI can gain more insights from an image, graphic or illustration than from text alone.”

Within the update, the team announced “Artifacts” which allows the user to request a command from the Claude chatbot and then have it open in a dedicated window.

“This creates a dynamic workspace where they can see, edit and build on Claude’s creations in real time…”

More to come from Claude 3.5 later this year

As if Claude 3.5 Sonnet wasn’t enough, the creators say they’ll be releasing Claude 3.5 Haiku and Claude 3.5 Opus later this year.

Looking to the future, the company has set its sights on developing features to support the business, including integration with enterprise applications.

“Our team is also exploring features such as memory, which will enable Cloud to remember a user’s preferences and interaction history as specified, making their experience more personalized and efficient.”

Featured image: via Anthropic blog

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