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A new chatbot processes an entire novel in less than a minute

AI chatbots are becoming increasingly efficient at processing text
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The startup Anthropiccreated by former employees of OpenAI, managed to expand the context-sensitive input window of its chatbot Claude to 75,000 words, which is a big improvement over current models. The developer claimsthat the chatbot can process an entire novel in less than a minute.

An often overlooked limitation of chatbots is memory. Although the AI ​​language models underlying these systems have been trained on terabytes of text, the amount such systems can process during use is quite limited. For ChatGPT it’s about 3000 words.

And while there are ways around the restrictions, it’s still not enough. Now, however, Anthropic has significantly expanded the context window for its Claude chatbot to 75,000 words. As the company points out on its blog, that’s enough for the chatbot to process The Great Gatsby in one sitting.

In fact, Anthropic tested the system by editing a single sentence in the novel and asking the AI ​​to notice the change. This happened in 22 seconds, The Verge reports about the experiment.

AI language models measure information not by the number of characters or words, but by tokens – a semantic unit that does not always correlate with the number of characters. And since words can be long or short, their length does not necessarily correspond to the number of tokens.

In this respect, Claude’s context window outperforms OpenAI’s model as it can handle 100,000 tokens compared to 9,000 before, while the fully functional GPT-4c model can handle up to 32,000 tokens.

Currently, Claude’s new features are only available to Anthropic business partners who connect to the chatbot through the company’s API. The price is also unknown, but it is likely to have gone up significantly since processing more text means more computational cost.

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