Claude comes to compete with ChatGPT in Europe with a major argument: ethics

Claude comes to compete with ChatGPT in Europe with a major argument: ethics
Claude comes to compete with ChatGPT in Europe with a major argument: ethics

Published on May 14, 2024 at 12:13 p.m. / Modified on May 14, 2024 at 12:18 p.m.

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It’s a week full of launches in the field of artificial intelligence. After the presentation Monday evening by OpenAI of its new GPT-4o system, before Google’s announcements Tuesday evening, another company has just launched a personal assistant: Anthropic. This name is not yet well known to the general public. And yet, the start-up, supported by giants such as Amazon, could be one of the most serious competitors of OpenAI, Google or Microsoft in the coming years.

Already available in the United States since July 2023, Anthropic’s personal assistant, called Claude, is now freely accessible in Europe, including Switzerland. This service has functions comparable to ChatGPT. And it is developed by a company that is richly endowed. Founded in 2021 – notably by seven ex-OpenAI employees, who regretted its lack of interest in ethics – Anthropic has already raised more than seven billion dollars. And the money comes from big names in tech, Amazon having injected around 4 billion dollars, Google two billion. For comparison, Microsoft has invested around 13 billion in OpenAI.

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