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Quora released its Poe chatbot, a tool powered by models from OpenAI and Anthropic.
In a blog post announcement, its CEO Adam D’Angelo explained that the company was considering more language models for the future: “Different models will be optimized for different tasks, they will represent different points of view, or they will have access to different knowledge.”
Poe is currently the only consumer internet product with either Claude or Claude+ available right now. It is offered now for free (download it here) as a free app with limited features. The paid tier costs $9.99 per month and will give you access to both GPT-4 and Claude+.
Meanwhile, OpenAI is charging $20 for ChatGPT Plus.
Poe, which stands for “Platform for Open Exploration,” is Quora’s attempt to democratize access to AI chatbots and foster curiosity and learning among users.
Poe allows users to ask questions and have conversations with various AI-powered chatbots, including GPT-4, Claude+, Claude, ChatGPT and more. This way, users can try different chatbots and easily switch between different bots, comparing their responses.
Users can also request new personalities to be added to Poe’s roster of bots.
We are launching a new feature on Poe today: user-created bots. This initially allows anyone to create a new bot based on a short text prompt and an existing bot used as a base. We currently support Claude instant and ChatGPT as base bots. pic.twitter.com/Fr2Leoum8v
— Adam D'Angelo (@adamdangelo) April 7, 2023