Claude 3.5 Sonnet Is Aiming at GPT-4o's Jugular by Letting Users Create Web Pages and Games (for Free)

  • Anthropic’s latest AI model is available through Claude Chat.

  • Additionally, enterprise customers can access it via API.

An example of Claude making a game.
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Generative artificial intelligence, or GenAI, is advancing rapidly. A little over a year and a half ago, OpenAI introduced ChatGPT for the first time. The chatbot was so impressive that the company, led by Sam Altman, quickly established itself as an industry leader. However, the competition hasn’t been idle, and some of its solutions are truly intriguing.

Anthropic, a company founded in 2021 by former OpenAI employees, has just unveiled Claude 3.5 Sonnet. This is a new generation language model designed to match or even surpass GPT-4o in various benchmarks. While it’s important to be cautious about evaluating a model solely based on benchmarks, Anthropic’s latest offering looks very promising.

Claude 3.5 Sonnet Can Create a Web Page or a Game For You

The table below shows that Claude 3.5 Sonnet outperforms GPT-4o in seven out of nine overall benchmarks. Although the differences aren’t massive, this is impressive given that it competes with the best of OpenAI. It's even more relevant considering that Claude 3.5 Sonnet is a mid-tier model. As such, Anthropic should consider upgrading its Opus family, particularly the most ambitious models, in the future.


In fact, Claude 3.5 Sonnet performs better than Claude 3 Opus on all benchmarks. According to its creators, this means it has improved abilities to write and translate code, which could benefit enterprise customers using the AI model through the API to manage legacy applications.

The model also excels in understanding graphs, transcribing text from images, and interacting in a more human-like manner. It even incorporates a “sense of humor,” making it enjoyable for many. Additionally, it features a function called Artifacts.

Anthropic aims to enhance the interaction with Claude Chat. It’s no secret that ChatGPT can help users create web pages and interpret documents to generate graphs and tables. Artifacts takes this a step further by enabling users to view their activities in a side window. Furthermore, the model’s ability to generate interactive graphics, SVG images, and games is truly remarkable.

How to Start Creating a Web Pages and Graphics With Claude AI

The new Anthropic features offer huge possibilities, but we’ll focus on how to get started. After this, users can unleash their creativity to create their own designs or customize the tool to fit their needs.

The first step is to log in to After registering, click on the profile icon in the upper right corner and select Feature Preview.


In Feature Preview, you’ll find the Artifacts section. If you wish, you can activate this experimental tool by toggling the switch to On. From now on, you’ll be able to utilize the advanced features of the chatbot. You can ask it to create anything from a vector graphic crab to a simplified representation of a building with interactive windows.

You can also upload an image from an Excel document to Claude Chat for analysis and to create an interactive graph. Similarly, you can use the tool to develop a web page or a simple game. Everything can be done using natural language and you’ll see the results in a split-screen view. Once your project is ready, you can click the button to download the file and save it to your computer for further work.

Claude 3.5 Sonnet and Artifacts are available through Claude Chat for free, but with some limitations. You can only send a certain number of messages, and once you reach the limit, you’ll have to wait several hours before you can interact with it again. Additionally, the underlying AI model will run at a slower speed when compared to paid subscription models.

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