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The State of Artificial Intelligence: Stanford HAI Releases its Latest AI Index Report

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The report evaluates the rapid rate of AI advancement from research and development to technical performance and ethics, the economy and education, AI policy and governance, diversity, public opinion, and more.

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The Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence today released the latest edition of its AI Index Report, which explores the past year's machine learning developments.

Stanford HAI, as the institute is commonly known, launched in early 2019. It researches new AI methods and also studies the technology's impact on society. It releases its AI Index Report annually. 

The latest edition of the study that was published today includes more than 350 pages. It covers a long list of topics, including the cost of AI training, efforts to mitigate bias in language models and the technology's impact on public policy. In each area that it surveys, the report points out multiple notable milestones that were reached during the past year.

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