Claude 3 Opus vs GPT-4 vs Gemini 1.5 Pro AI Models Tested

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Title: Claude 3 Opus vs. GPT-4 and Gemini 1.5 Pro: A Detailed Comparison on Advanced Reasoning, Maths, Long-Context Data, Image Analysis, and Following User Instructions

We’re back with another ai model comparison focusing on Anthropic’s Claude 3 Opus. The company claims that this new model has surpassed OpenAI’s GPT-4 on popular benchmarks. In this article, we will test the claims and compare Claude 3 Opus, GPT-4, and Gemini 1.5 Pro’s performance in advanced reasoning, maths, long-context data, image analysis, and following user instructions.

Firstly, let’s discuss the Apple test, a widely-used evaluation of Language Models (LLMs) to assess their reasoning capability. When presented with this question, Claude 3 Opus answered correctly only when given a specific system prompt as an intelligent assistant expert in advanced reasoning. In contrast, Gemini 1.5 Pro and GPT-4 gave the correct answer without any additional prompts.

**Winner**: Claude 3 Opus, Gemini 1.5 Pro, and GPT-4

Next, we conducted a test to see if any ai model can identify when they’re being tricked. Sadly, both Claude 3 Opus and Gemini 1.5 Pro failed this test, as they didn’t respond intelligently when given tricky questions despite the system prompt instructing them to think so. GPT-4 also struggled with this test initially but has since shown improvements.

**Winner**: None

When asked which is heavier, a kilo of feathers or a pound of steel, only Gemini 1.5 Pro and GPT-4 provided the correct answer: A kilogram of any material weighs more than a pound.

**Winner**: Gemini 1.5 Pro and GPT-4

We then asked the ai models to solve a mathematical problem without calculating the entire number, but Claude 3 Opus couldn’t provide accurate results.

Despite this, the model had previously achieved a 60.1% score in the MATH benchmark, outranking both GPT-4 (52.9%) and Gemini 1.0 Ultra (53.2%). However, our testing showed that with zero-shot prompting, GPT-4 and Gemini 1.5 Pro performed better.

**Winner**: Gemini 1.5 Pro and GPT-4

When it comes to following user instructions, Claude 3 Opus stands out. In our tests, it generated ten sentences that ended with the word “apple,” whereas GPT-4 produced nine sentences and Gemini 1.5 Pro struggled to generate even three.

We witnessed this impressive performance when an assistant asked Claude 3 Opus to create a book chapter based on Andrej Karpathy’s Tokenizer Website video integration. The model delivered beautifully, with instructions, examples, and relevant images.

**Winner**: Claude 3 Opus

Anthropic has implemented a large context window in Claude 3 Opus, which can support up to 200K tokens. In our test with just 8K tokens, the model failed to find a needle hidden in data. However, Claude 3 Opus performs well when it comes to image analysis and is on par with GPT-4.

**Winner**: Claude 3 Opus and GPT-4

Although Claude 3 Opus performed well in some areas, it faltered on tasks like commonsense reasoning and long-context data processing. It’s important to note that Anthropic compared the benchmark score of Claude 3 Opus with GPT-4’s initial reported score, when it was first released in March 2023. When compared with the latest benchmark scores of GPT-4, Claude 3 Opus loses out to GPT-4.

However, Claude 3 Opus excels in certain specialized areas like translation from Russian to Circassian, understanding nuances of PhD-level quantum physics, and learning in one shot.

In conclusion, the comparison between Claude 3 Opus, GPT-4, and Gemini 1.5 Pro reveals their strengths and weaknesses across various domains. Both users and developers can make informed decisions about which model fits best for their workflow based on this comprehensive analysis. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments section below.