Anthropican AI research and security company, has launched its updated version of its large language model: Claude 2. This new system promises to open up new possibilities in natural language processing, allowing the company to compete directly with OpenAI’s ChatGPT. However, Anthropic also shared important caveats before using Claude 2: Generative AI remains in beta stage, which multiplies the risks.
Claude 2, the potential of AI that wants to challenge ChatGPT
Between the arrival of Threads and the challenges between Zuckerberg and Musk, technology enthusiasts have recently shifted their attention away from artificial intelligence. But Anthropic hasn’t stopped working on its own generative AI.
Claude 2 aims to surpass the performance of past generations of AI and offer even more precise and efficient results. In order to compete with rivals, especially ChatGPT, which is increasingly becoming the benchmark of this technology.
A new beta
At the moment, the Claude 2 beta remains available only for the United States and the United Kingdom. Anthropic has ensured that the novelty will soon arrive in the rest of the world.
On the official Anthropic website you can currently access the first generation version. After entering the email address, and entering the access code to complete the registration. Already today, the site asks users to confirm that they are of age and accept the terms and conditions of use, in line with the provisions of European regulations.
Claude 2, Anthropic’s warnings on the use of AI
Before you start using Claude 2as Jacob Siegal of BGR explains, Anthropic believes it is essential to share some important notices for users:
More and more competition in the field of AI
This next generation of AI represents a breakthrough in generative AI and natural language processing for Anthropic. At the same time, it represents a contender for OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Google’s Bard. Although it seems unlikely that it will achieve the same kind of media success, Claude 2 enters the emerging market of generative AI.
Something that could lead to faster innovations and lower prices: the competition could have a positive impact for users. However, like any market it must be regulated and regulated: the same companies in the AI field are asking precise rules to limit the risks of this technology.