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Affiliation of research teams building notable AI systems, by year of publication

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The distinction is documented in Academia and Industry. Systems are categorized as “Industry” if their authors are affiliated with private sector organizations, “Academia” if the authors are affiliated with universities or academic institutions, or “Industry - Academia Collaboration” when at least 30% of the authors are from each. Possible values: Industry, Research Collective, Academia, Industry - Academia Collaboration (Industry leaning), Industry - Academia Collaboration (Academia leaning), Non-profit

Affiliation of research teams building notable AI systems, by year of publication
Describes the sector where the authors of an AI system have their primary affiliations.
Source
Epoch (2024) – with major processing by Our World in Data
Last updated
June 3, 2024
Next expected update
July 2024
Date range
1950–2024
Unit
AI systems

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June 3, 2024
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Epoch AI, ‘Parameter, Compute and Data Trends in Machine Learning’. Published online at epochai.org. Retrieved from: ‘https://epochai.org/data/epochdb/visualization’ [online resource]

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“Data Page: Affiliation of research teams building notable AI systems, by year of publication”, part of the following publication: Charlie Giattino, Edouard Mathieu, Veronika Samborska and Max Roser (2023) - “Artificial Intelligence”. Data adapted from Epoch. Retrieved from https://ourworldindata.org/grapher/affiliation-researchers-building-artificial-intelligence-systems-all [online resource]
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Epoch (2024) – with major processing by Our World in Data. “Affiliation of research teams building notable AI systems, by year of publication” [dataset]. Epoch, “Parameter, Compute and Data Trends in Machine Learning” [original data]. Retrieved June 12, 2024 from https://ourworldindata.org/grapher/affiliation-researchers-building-artificial-intelligence-systems-all