Summary of the 2023 Artificial Intelligence (AI) Index Report Published by Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI)
📣 Fresh off the press: The State of 2023 in A.I. is getting tumultuous. Part I.
Throughout the year there are important summaries of the State of A.I. I follow. Abhi Gupta made a concise summary of it in a LinkedIn post. So the 2023 Artificial Intelligence (AI) Index Report Published by Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI) was just released on April 3rd, 2023.
This being said there are few A.I. Newsletters on Subsack I respect more than the AI Ethics Brief (who write rather long reports).
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Taking Abhi’s notes on his LinkedIn post, we can see how interest and worries about A.I. are increasing:
🧠 Industry races ahead of academia.
📔 Performance saturation on traditional benchmarks.
🌎 AI is both helping and harming the environment.
👩🔬The world’s best new scientist … AI?
😈 The number of incidents concerning the misuse of AI is rapidly rising.
📶The demand for AI-related professional skills is increasing across virtually every American industrial sector.
💰For the first time in the last decade, year-over-year private investment in AI decreased.
🚣While the proportion of companies adopting AI has plateaued, the companies that have adopted AI continue to pull ahead.
📄Policymaker interest in AI is on the rise.
The HAI asks:
How will AI affect human well-being?
Just like the earlier “State of AI Report”, the AI Index Report tracks, collates, distills, and visualizes data related to artificial intelligence.
So let’s get into it:
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