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2023 landscape – a report from the AI Now Institute

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12 April 2023



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wires at the back of a large serverImage taken from the report cover. Credit: Amba Kak and Sarah Myers West.

The AI Now Institute have released their 2023 annual report. It focusses on the concentration of power in the tech industry and highlights a set of approaches to confront this. The authors suggest both policy reforms and nonregulatory interventions. The intention of the report is to provide strategic guidance to inform future work and to ensure that the technology serves the public, not industry.

The specific themes covered in the report are:

You can read the executive summary here.

Read the report in full

The full report can be read here.
The pdf version can be downloaded here.

The report is authored by Amba Kak and Sarah Myers West, with research and editorial contributions from Alejandro Calcaño, Jane Chung, Kerry McInerney and Meredith Whittaker.

Cite as: Amba Kak and Sarah Myers West, “AI Now 2023 Landscape: Confronting Tech Power”, AI Now Institute, April 11, 2023.

About the AI Now Institute

The AI Now Institute was founded in 2017 and produces diagnosis and policy research to address the concentration of power in the tech industry. Find out more here.



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