Claude AI, ChatGPT’s new competitor

Anthropic’s Claude 2, a new AI chatbot, competes with ChatGPT. As reported by Analytics Vidhya, Claude 2 excels in handling multiple inputs, offering current information, and engaging in open-ended conversations. On the other hand, ChatGPT boasts multilingual support and delivers witty interactions. The preference for one over the other depends on individual usage and preferences.

How does Claude 2 work?

Claude 2, an AI chatbot crafted by Anthropic, specializes in executing programming tasks and handling text files. To engage with Claude 2, adhere to these steps:

  1. Visit Anthropic’s website and navigate to the Claude 2 page.
  2. Click or tap the “Talk to Claude” button and register using your email or Google account.
  3. Verify your email and agree to Anthropic’s Terms and Acceptable Use Policy.
  4. Initiate a chat with Claude 2 by typing a message or query.
  5. Optionally, you can upload files containing text for Claude 2 to process.

Claude 2 boasts the capability to handle multiple inputs simultaneously, deliver updated information, and engage in open-ended conversations. As a potent large language model (LLM), it can elucidate its thought processes and offer insights into the content it generates. Developers can integrate the Claude 2 API into other platforms upon request.

Can I use Claude 2 for free?

As of the pricing model revealed in July 2023, Claude 2 prompts can be acquired at $11.2 per million tokens. For context, 100,000 tokens roughly correspond to 75,000 words. Notably, this pricing is considerably more affordable than GPT-4, which is presently priced at around $60 per million tokens.

How does Claude 2 compare to GPT-3?

As reported on Medium, Claude 2 surpassed GPT-3.5 in GRE reading and writing exams, outscoring over 90% of graduate school applicants. Despite this, Claude 2 retains stereotype bias and occasional ‘hallucinations’. In contrast, GPT-3 excels in supporting multiple languages and delivering witty, engaging conversations. The determination of superiority depends on individual use and preference.

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