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How to use Anthropic’s Claude 2 chatbot

12:01 AM July 14, 2023

Anthropic released an improved version of its Ai chatbot called Claude 2. It scores higher on coding skills, shares more harmless responses, and generates longer documents. At the time of writing, people in the United States and the United Kingdom can try its beta version. Of course, the best part is you can try the new AI chatbot for free.

ChatGPT may have started the AI trend, but it isn’t the only one on the market. It inspired numerous people to create iterations of OpenAI’s text-generating program. Their projects will accelerate the growth of the artificial intelligence trend worldwide.

Eventually, you can try more tools that would likely fit your preferences. This article will discuss how to use Anthropic’s Claude 2 chat program. Then, I will elaborate on its advantages over the old model. Also, I will compare it with other chatbots like ChatGPT.


How to try Claude 2


The beta version is only available for US and UK users at the time of writing. If you live in these countries, here’s how you can try Anthropic’s latest AI model:

  1. Go to
  2. Click or tap the Talk to Claude button.
  3. Then, enter your email address.
  4. Wait until you receive a confirmation email in your inbox.
  5. Afterward, click the link inside to start.

Claude 2 works like most AI chatbots. Enter a request, and the program will answer it using its artificial intelligence model. However, you may notice significant differences.


Claude 2 vs. ChatGPT

This is the ChatGPT website on a phone.

Claude 2 comes from Anthropic, an AI firm created by former OpenAI executives. According to VentureBeat, they are Dario Amodei, Daniela Amodei, Jack Clark, Sam McCandlish, and Tom Brown.

That explains Claude 2’s similarities with ChatGPT. However, it sets itself apart from OpenAI’s program by using a technique called constitutional AI.

The company created 10 principles that serve as guidelines or a “constitution” for its chatbot. Anthropic says it based these principles on three concepts:

  • Beneficence or maximizing positive impact
  • Nonmaleficence or avoiding giving harmful advice
  • Autonomy or respecting freedom of choice

Claude 1.3 and 2 follow this AI constitution. However, the latter is undergoing beta testing, while ChatGPT is already past that. You can use Claude 2 and ChatGPT for free, but that may not last.

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Anthropic’s chatbot is free during its beta test period. However, the pricing model reveals its prompts will cost $11.02 per million tokens, and completing them will cost $32.68 per million.

Tokens are the way a chatbot recognizes text as data. On the other hand, ChatGPT has a free and paid version. The former uses GPT-3.5 Turbo, and the latter uses the latest OpenAI LLM, GPT-4.

You may access the latter with a ChatGPT Plus subscription that costs $8 monthly. As a result, you might spend more money if you choose Claude 2 over GPT-4.

Claude 2 vs. Claude 1.3

This represents Claude 2.

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The latest Anthropic chatbot scores 76.5% on the multiple-choice section of the Bar exam, while the old only reaches 73.%. Also, Claude 2’s reading level is on the 90th percentile of the GRE reading and writing exams.

The Antropic webpage says Claude 2 users can input up to 100,000 tokens in each prompt. Consequently, the chatbot can analyze hundreds of pages of technical documentation or even a book.

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It can also write longer documents worth a few thousand tokens, such as letters and stories. Moreover, the new version has significantly enhanced coding skills.

Anthropic said its chatbot scored a 71.2% on the Codex HumanEval Python coding test. Also, it scored 88.0% on the GSM8k, a large set of grade-school math problems.

The AI firm claims Claude 2 is twice better at providing harmless responses than 1.3. The company admits no model is immune from exploits, but it implemented new safety techniques to improve outputs.


Anthropic publicly launched its new Claude 2 chatbot for beta testing. People in the US and the UK are free to use it at the time of writing. However, expect the typical issues with these trial periods.

Beta tests for most programs often show several glitches and bugs, negatively impacting your experience. Yet, these trial sessions help developers spot and fix bugs immediately.

In other words, you help Anthropic improve its chatbot by joining the beta test. Check out other artificial intelligence tools and other trends at Inquirer Tech.

Frequently asked questions about Claude 2

Is Claude 2 free to use?

Due to its ongoing beta testing program, Anthropic’s latest chatbot is temporarily free to access in the United States and the United Kingdom. However, its pricing model indicates it may charge $11.02 per million tokens in prompts. Try the new bot immediately if you’re curious about its new features.

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What is Claude Instant?

Claude Instant is a lighter version of Anthropic’s flagship AI chat program. It can generate high-quality content faster than Claude-v1 for significantly lower costs. Consequently, Instant is ideal for businesses that need efficient, time-sensitive AI assistance. The pricing model says it charges $1.63 per million tokens in a prompt.

Should you try Claude 2?

Try Claude 2 if you’re a US or UK user curious about Anthropic’s latest AI program. It is free for a limited time, so now might be the best time to test it. It would likely charge $11.02 per million tokens in a prompt, based on Antropic’s latest pricing model. Alternatively, try other chatbots like ChatGPT, Bing, and Bard.

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