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Anthropic improves claim and artifact features

Anthropic improves claim and artifact features

Anthropic is expanding the developer console with useful features for instant creation and evaluation. Additionally, so-called artifacts can now be shared and redesigned using the Remix function.

Anthropic, an AI company in which Google and Amazon have invested heavily, introduced three cutting-edge AI solutions with Claude Opus, Sonnet, and Haiku in March 2024 — and surpassed them again in June 2024 with the launch of Claude 3.5 Sonnet. According to Anthropic, the model is twice as fast as Claude 3 Opus, can understand complex instructions better, and even outperforms OpenAI’s GPT-4o in some tests. Based on the latest technology, the company now has New features for the developer console It is developed so that users can create, test, compare and evaluate claims.

Create, compare and evaluate claims

The console now provides developers with a built-in prompt generator based on Claude 3.5 Sonnet. Here, users can enter a specific task for the tool (for example, “prioritize incoming customer inquiries”), and a high-quality prompt will be generated.

Wave generator in Anthropic console, © Anthropic (click image for larger view)

Developers can use Claude to create input variables for prompts and run them to see the tool's response. Alternatively, different test cases can be entered manually.

Additionally, the AI ​​company introduced a feature that allows users to directly compare the outputs of two or more prompts. The answers, which are displayed side by side, can be rated from one point (“poor”) to five points (“excellent”).

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Artifacts can now be shared.

The new “Evaluate” tab aims to compare generated claims with real-world inputs and allow developers to fine-tune their test cases if needed and execute them all with one click. Anthropy to explain:

Testing claims against a set of real-world inputs can help you build confidence in the quality of your router before deploying it to production. With the new evaluation feature, you can do this directly in our console instead of manually running tests via spreadsheets or code.

In addition to the new features for the developer console, Anthropic also announced an update to Artifacts that was introduced in June 2024. In the Artifacts workspace, users can ask Claude to create content such as code snippets, text documents, or website designs. These are displayed in a separate window. Users have recently been able to publish and share artifacts created with Claude, the company announced on X. Additionally, other users’ artifacts can be redesigned using the Remix feature.