Google, Amazon invest billions in ChatGPT competitor

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Google to invest up to $2 billion in rival Anthropic OpenAIIntensifying the race among artificial intelligence companies, originally reported by The wall street journal Friday. Amazon committed 4 billion dollar investment The startup and its AI assistant Cloud last month.

Gizmodo confirmed the deal with an Anthropic spokesperson on Monday. Former OpenAI executives founded Anthropic after a dispute with CEO Sam Altman over security measures in AI forced them to leave the company. Google has already invested $550 million, and the WSJ reports that the company has signed a multiyear, $3 billion deal with Google Cloud.

Google declined to comment further on the deal.

Cloud is a powerful AI that can outperform OpenAI chatgpt in certain circumstances. can be summed up to 75,000 words While ChatGPT-4 can only handle about 25,000 words, Anthropic’s AI ‘runs on’Constitutional AI,’ which uses a list of ethical guiding rules and principles to create less harmful outputs. The Constitution requests that Cloud choose responses that steer clear of racism, sexism and toxicity, among other safeguards.

Amazon is also betting big on security-focused generative AI, with a $4 billion investment in Anthropic announced last month, making Amazon Web Services the primary cloud provider for the AI ​​company. The collaboration allowed Anthropic to train its AI fundamental models using AWS Tranium and Inferentia chips. In return, AWS acquired a minority stake in the cloud maker, and early access to Anthropic features for AWS customers.

Biden administration announced comprehensive regulation Artificial intelligence companies were discussed on Monday to promote greater security, privacy and trust in the sector. Cloud is generally considered to be one of the more brand-safe AI on the market due to its constitution, as well as being extremely powerful.

The rest of the big tech companies are trying to match Microsoft, which has reported a revenue increase of more than 13% earnings of $56 billion Last week, cashed in on its initial investment in OpenAI.

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