VentureBeat March 4, 2024
Carl Franzen

Big news in the world of generative AI this morning: not only did San Francisco startup Anthropic release a new large language model (LLM), Claude 3, that appears to be the most powerful in the world to date — besting previous leaders OpenAI’s GPT-4 and Google’s Gemini Advanced on common benchmark tests — but its investor and partner Amazon has already added the new Claude 3 family of models to Bedrock, the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform for building and running AI services in the cloud.

Anthropic announced three new Claude 3 models today — named Opus, Sonnet and Haiku, in descending order of intelligence. Intriguingly, the new models were trained on synthetic data — that is, data generated by...

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