• Google has invested $300 million in the AI firm Anthropic.
• Anthropic previously raised $500 million from sources including Sam Bankman-Fried, co-founder of FTX.
• Google will receive a 10% stake in the company and utilize its advanced GPU and TPU clusters to train, expand, and implement its AI systems.
Google Invests In Artificial Intelligence Firm Anthropic
Google has recently invested $300 million in Anthropic, an artificial intelligence (AI) safety and research company. The investment gives Google roughly a 10% stake in the firm and provides access to its advanced GPU and TPU clusters for training, expansion, and implementation of AI systems.
Anthropic Raises $500 Million From Sources Including Sam Bankman-Fried
In April 2022, Anthropic raised around $500 million from several sources such as Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF), co-founder of FTX; Caroline Ellison, former CEO of Alameda; Nishad Singh, former director of engineering at FTX; and others. Reports suggest that Bankman-Fried’s associates contributed at least $500 million to the AI firm.
Anthropic’s ‘Claude’ Assistant Utilizes Steerable AI Techniques
The AI company is developing an assistant called “Claude” which utilizes steerable AI techniques for safety enhancements. Claude is similar to Chatgpt developed by Openai which Microsoft recently invested in. This shows that the competition between firms providing artificial intelligence solutions has intensified over recent times.
Crypto Community Discusses Sam Bankman-Fried’s Investment In The AI Firm
The crypto community has been discussing Sam Bankman-Fried’s investment in the Artificial Intelligence firm on Twitter with one account tweeting: „Google has just invested $300M in Sam Bankman-Fried backed by stolen user money Anthropic AI.“
With Google investing $300 million into Anthopic following their Series B investment from controversial FTX Co-Founder Sam Bankman Fried , it looks like the competition between firms providing artificial intelligence solutions will only intensify as time goes on .