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Jan. 12, 2022, 8:28 p.m. | /u/Bibbidi_Babbidi_Boo

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It feels like every topic is heavily researched. There are 100 new papers everyday mentioning small improvements to previous architectures/models with some tweaking. Every task has a near 100% accuracy. Is AI research reaching saturation? What do you guys work on, and how competitive is it in your area? How do you keep up with the several papers cpming in everyday?

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