Anthropic selects Google Cloud as preferred provider

Anthropic has selected Google Cloud as its preferred cloud provider. In a statement the companies said Google Cloud is expected to build large-scale, next-generation TPU and GPU clusters for Anthropic to train and deploy its AI systems.

Anthropic began deploying its technology publicly, starting off with a language model assistant named Claude this year. The company is working with early partners on deploying Claude and will be expanding access to the assistant in the coming months, says the company. Claude runs on Google Cloud as will other systems developed by Anthropic.

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