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Big Tech companies are aggressively pursuing investments and alliances with artificial intelligence start-ups through their cloud computing arms, raising regulatory questions over their role as both suppliers and competitors in the battle to develop “generative AI”. Google’s recent $300mn bet on San Francisco-based Anthropic is the latest in a string of cloud-related partnerships struck between nascent AI groups and the world’s biggest technology companies. Anthropic is part of a new wave of young companies developing generative AI systems, sophisticated computer programs that can parse and write text and create art in seconds, that are rivalling those being built in-house by far larger companies such as Google and Amazon.
Anthropic emphasizes A.I. safety and includes leaders who left OpenAI over worries it was prioritizing business concerns.