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Trends in AI — March 2024

Updated: Mar 11

Spring is here and the temperatures are rising in the AI landscape! With an unprecedented pace in breakthrough model releases, highlighted by Claude 3 surpassing the year-old GPT-4, the field is blossoming in all sorts of exciting new directions. In this brief blog post, we'll cover some of the latest notable developments from the industry, along with the most trending research papers of the month.

News Articles

Model Releases

Trending AI papers for March 2024
  1. Generative Representational Instruction Tuning - N. Muennighoff et al. (Contextual AI) - 15 Feb. 2024

  2. RAPTOR: Recursive Abstractive Processing for Tree-Organized Retrieval - P. Sarthi et al. (Stanford University) - 31 Jan. 2024

  3. Assisting in Writing Wikipedia-like Articles From Scratch with Large Language Models - Y. Shao et al. (Stanford University) - 21 Feb. 2024

  4. In Search of Needles in an 11M Haystack: Recurrent Memory Finds What LLMs Miss - Y. Kuratov et al. (AIRI Institute) - 16 Feb. 2024

  5. Griffin: Mixing Gated Linear Recurrences with Local Attention for Efficient Language Models - S. De et al. (Google DeepMind) - 29 Feb. 2024

  6. Chain-of-Thought Reasoning Without Prompting - Xuezhi Wang & Denny Zhou (Google DeepMind) - 15 Feb. 2024

  7. OS-Copilot: Towards Generalist Computer Agents with Self-Improvement - Z. Wu et al. (Shanghai AI Laboratory & ECNU) - 12 Feb. 2024

  8. The Era of 1-bit LLMs: All Large Language Models are in 1.58 Bits - S. Ma et al. (Microsoft Research) - 27 Feb. 2024

  9. Genie: Generative Interactive Environments - J. Bruce et al. (Google DeepMind) - 23 Feb. 2024

  10. EMO: Emote Portrait Alive - Generating Expressive Portrait Videos with Audio2Video Diffusion Model under Weak Conditions - L. Tian et al. (Alibaba Cloud Intelligence) - 27 Feb. 2024

And some runner-ups that didn't make our top-10 cut, but are worth checking out:

You can find an annotated collection of these papers, and more, in Zeta Alpha, which allows you to effortlessly discover relevant literature and dive deeper into any of the topics close to your interests!

Finally, the full-length recording of our March 2024 Trends in AI webinar is available on YouTube.

For a short video overview describing the trending papers, check this out:

To join us live for the next installment of the Trends in AI webinar, make sure to sign up here.

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