Claude 2.1 boasts a 150K word context window to parse long documents, 50%+ accuracy gains, early support for tool integration, and more.
Artificial intelligence startup Anthropic has released Claude 2.1, an upgraded version of its conversational AI assistant, touting significant improvements in areas like context length, accuracy, and integration capabilities.
Claude 2.1 can now process up to 200,000 context tokens, equivalent to around 150,000 words or 500 pages of text content. That’s twice as much as its previous token limit.
Claude 2.1 aims to provide better summaries, question answering, trend forecasting, and other insights compared to the previous version by taking in more contextual information.
In addition to the larger context window, Claude 2.1 boasts a two-times reduction in false or hallucinated statements, enhancing reliability for real-world applications across enterprises.
The upgrade also introduces early support for tool use, letting developers connect Claude to existing company APIs, databases, and web services.