Robin AI had the privilege of early testing of the new Claude Sonnet 3.5

Robin AI had the privilege of early testing of the new Claude Sonnet 3.5


As an original partner of Anthropic, the maker of the Claude family of AI models, Robin AI had the privilege of early testing of the new Claude Sonnet 3.5 model in advance of its launch.

Why it matters

The new Claude has significantly enhanced our Legal AI Assistant's capabilities — outperforming Claude Opus or GPT4o in our testing.

It’s exactly the sort of leap forward we need to keep demonstrating value to our customers. You can read more about Claude Sonnet 3.5 here.

How it works

We use Claude models to help to power our Legal AI Assistant, alongside our own proprietary models.

With Claude Sonnet 3.5, we're seeing improvements in the speed and accuracy of contract reviews, as well as more nuanced interpretations of complex legal language.

Go deeper

Now that we’ve been able to put the new Claude model in the hands of our whole team, we’re learning just how sophisticated it is (while we did plenty of early testing of the new Claude model in our engineering teams — one of the privileges of being one of Anthropic’s original enterprise partners — this really is a case of two human brains being better than one).

Case in point: The new Claude can process handwritten notes in the margins of documents.

Why it matters

Having AI like Claude 3.5 Sonnet, which not only has a more sophisticated understanding of language, but can understand all the wacky ways humans jot their thoughts down, can radically transform how companies and institutions deal with that information.

That helps companies like Robin AI create tools that bring real benefits from AI into your daily work and life.

Still not convinced? Think of all the crappy handwritten processes that still exist in important systems — legal documents like the contracts we specialize in at Robin AI, court documents like divorce filings and immigration files, property records, and health records.

That handwriting is hard to read, hard to contextualize, and leads to plenty of errors in bureaucratic processes. Companies and people like you pay the price for  those errors every day.

The highly-trained lawyers who spend countless hours trawling documents for these tiny details often don’t find the problems they’re looking for, and they hate doing it.

Who cares?

Maybe you think that the law doesn’t affect you, or that legal advice is too expensive or complicated. Maybe you can afford great legal advice but simply hate being ripped off.

Either way: If legal advice was 99% cheaper, you’d probably use it more, and you’d definitely be better off if you did.

Companies like Robin AI, using new tools like the updated Claude from Anthropic are at the forefront of moving us towards that new reality.

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