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Claude v3 Goes Live

Claude 3 is the latest generation of AI models from Anthropic, designed to cater to a variety of applications and user needs. The Claude 3 family includes three models: Claude 3 Haiku, Claude 3 Sonnet, and Claude 3 Opus, each offering different levels of capability, speed, and cost

Below is a comparison of all the key things you need to know right now to consider it:

Key Features and Capabilities
  • Multimodal Capabilities: All Claude 3 models can process a range of visual formats, including photos, charts, graphs, and technical diagrams, which is particularly useful for businesses with knowledge bases in various formats
  • Improved Contextual Understanding: Claude 3 models show a more nuanced understanding of requests and are less likely to refuse to answer harmless prompts
  • Multilingual Support: The models offer improved fluency in non-English languages, which can be beneficial for global businesses
  • Ease of Use: These models are easier to steer and better at following complex, multi-step instructions, which can be aligned with brand voice and response guidelines
Performance and Benchmarks
  • Information Recall: Claude 3 Opus has demonstrated over 99% recall in documents up to 200K tokens, which is significant for businesses that rely on accurate information retrieval
  • Accuracy: Claude 3 Opus shows a twofold improvement in accuracy over previous models, reducing incorrect answers and admitting uncertainty when necessary
  • Benchmark Comparisons: Claude 3 Opus outperforms peers on common evaluation benchmarks for AI systems, including undergraduate level expert knowledge (MMLU), graduate level expert reasoning (GPQA), and basic mathematics (GSM8K)
Head to Head against ChatGPT+ (What’s the differences)?

Claude 3 and ChatGPT Plus represent two of the most advanced AI language models available, each with its unique strengths and capabilities tailored to different needs. 

Claude 3, particularly its Opus model, is noted for its exceptional performance in language understanding, reasoning, and task completion, closely matching or even surpassing GPT-4, the engine behind ChatGPT Plus, in various benchmarks. A standout feature of Claude 3 is its larger context window of 200,000 tokens, significantly more than GPT-4’s 128,000 tokens, allowing it to handle longer documents or conversations with greater coherence. Additionally, Claude 3’s development emphasized ethical considerations, aiming for higher factual accuracy and minimizing harmful outputs through a “constitutional” training approach.

On the other hand, ChatGPT Plus, powered by GPT-4, offers a broad set of features beyond text generation, including DALL-E image generation, voice interaction, and extensive plugin integrations for enhanced functionality. While Claude 3 focuses on text-based capabilities and ethical AI use, ChatGPT Plus caters to users seeking a more versatile tool with multimedia creation and third-party app integrations. 

Pricing models for both services offer paid tiers at $20/month, but with differences in usage limits and access to features. 

Ultimately, the choice between Claude 3 and ChatGPT Plus depends on your preference or requirements but I feel like we’ve finally got a solid competitor in the ring.

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Amazon Rufus, it’s New AI powered Shopping Assistant

Amazon has recently launched a new feature in its mobile shopping app called Rufus, an AI-powered shopping assistant designed to enhance the online shopping experience for its customers. Rufus is currently in beta and is being rolled out to a select group of users in the United States, with plans to expand to more customers in the coming weeks.

Rufus is like having a personal shopper in your pocket, trained on Amazon’s entire product catalog and a wealth of web information. 

It’s ready to tackle your queries, from “What should I look for in running shoes?” to “Which headphones will give me the best bass for my buck?” Rufus is hoping to be the shopping sidekick you never knew you needed, integrated into the Amazon app you’re already hooked on.

But here’s the kicker: Rufus isn’t just smart; it’s savvy and comprehensive. 

It’s been learning from customer reviews, community Q&As, and web reviews to serve up comparisons and recommendations that feel like they’re coming from a friend who knows your taste and shopping style.

Amazon is all about the long game, and they’re committed to evolving Rufus based on real-world use and feedback. So, while Rufus learns the ropes, you get to be part of shaping the future of AI in e-commerce, like it or not.

A Quick History of AI

Just because everything is evolving so rapidly, don’t forget it’s taken us almost 70 years to get to this point.

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