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🔥 Top A.I. Newsletters of 2023 🧠🐱💻🤖🚗🚀
What I would actually read in a given week or two week period.
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Here we are at the start of a new exciting year for A.I., with GPT-4 announcement likely just a few months away.
If you want to write a Newsletter in datascience, technology or A.I, I think you should just do it! In 2023, Substack is the best discovery, growth and retention platform to gain new audiences and build valuable niche communities.
I wanted to take a more in-depth view at some of the best A.I. focused Newsletters for the benefit of all us A.I. enthusiasts. I’m myself a voracious reader when I have the time so let’s get into it: (My Newsletter A.I. Supremacy, is of course not listed).
1. The Road to AI We Can Trust
by Gary Marcus
Gary Marcus is a fascinating character. He’s the author of Rebooting.AI. He seems really into debating AGI.
2. The Sequence
The Sequence is the 10th top Newsletter in Substack’s Technology category in paid.
3. Ahead of AI
By Sebastian Raschka
4. Towards AI
5. Artificial Intelligence
By Andriy Burkov on LinkedIn here.
6. The Decoder
By Matthias Bastian
Read it here.
7. Ben’s Bites
By Ben Tossell
Ben has a number of good links in his Newsletters. Follow him on Twitter.
8. Algorithmic Bridge
By Alberto Romero
Alberto is a prolific Medium writer.
9. Sparks in the Wind
By Francois Chollet
10. Artificial Intelligence Weekly
By Steve Nouri
11. Last Week in A.I.
By Jacky Liang and others.
I asked Reddit for suggestions here.
12- The A.I. Ethics Brief
13- Andrew Ng - the Batch
15- ChinAI by Jeffrey Ding
16- Guide to AI by Nathan Benaich (VC perspective)
17- The Gradient by Andrey Kurenkov and many others.
18 - The Neuron by Pete Huang (beehiiv)
19 - Import AI by Jack Clark (wordpress)
20 - Though the Noise by Alex Banks (beehiiv)
Cassie Kozyrkov on Medium
Artificial Intelligence Survey by Mike Spencer
Synced - syncedreview dot com
Davis Summarizes Papers
marktechpost dot com
Exponential View by Azeem Azhar
Casual Deference by John McDonnell
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