Google: ChatGPT vs Claude 2: Google to invest $2 billion in OpenAI competitor


Alphabet-owned Google has declared that it will allocate up to $2 billion in the artificial intelligence enterprise Anthropic. The enterprise has already assigned $500 million in its rival OpenAI and intends to include an additional $1.5 billion.
This investment by Google will aid in strengthening its position to contend with significant promoter Microsoft and its invention, ChatGPT, established by OpenAI.
In addition to Google, Anthropic has obtained investments from Salesforce, Zoom, and Amazon, which has lately revealed its own investment of up to $4 billion in Anthropic to take part in the AI sector.
Google formerly invested $300 million in Anthropic in April, obtaining a 10% interest. Anthropic was also invited, alongside Google parent Alphabet, Microsoft, and OpenAI, to a White House meeting on accountable AI development.
Anthropic was initiated by former OpenAI executives
Anthropic was co-initiated by Dario Amodei, former vice president of research at OpenAI, and his sister Daniela Amodei, former vice president of safety and policy at OpenAI.
According to Dario Amodei, Anthropic consumed no less than two months developing its latest chatbot, with a squad of 30 to 35 individuals working directly on the AI archetype.
He stated, “There is at present a considerable demand for extensive language models, and the trade is incapable of fulfilling that demand. There is scope for many distinct users and categories of users to avail of these systems.”

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