Who to Follow on LinkedIn and X for A.I. Knowledge & News
I'm doing some RLHF labeling of the best 👨🏻🔬 humans to follow on A.I., highly recommended.
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Welcome to all the readers returning from their summer break, holidays and gearing up for the new school year. In the spirit of utility and trying to give my readers some grounded options to empower their ability to have the best access to breaking news in the A.I. space, I’ve prepared some lists of who to follow on LinkedIn, X and so forth.
This post will be about those people, and if you “super follow” them, it’s like doing RLHF on your social media feeds to get the best A.I. insights with the least possible effort.
The post today includes:
Who to follow on X (formerly Twitter) for A.I. coverage
Who to follow on LinkedIn for A.I. coverage
Who to follow on LinkedIn for A.I. alignment, governance, ethics, regulatory and policy related to trust & safety issues that is one of the emerging topics of our times
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This X (formerly Twitter) list below is adjusted to include a balanced portfolio to super-follow on X, that includes: (both women and men who are)
📑 A.I. Tool aggregators
👨🏻🏫 A.I. educators
🌸 Newsletter Creators, and so many other categories directly related to the A.I. knowledge graph.
The recommended folk on LinkedIn are primarily scientists and researchers who have active useful posts related to A.I. and often valuable breaking news. For an A.I. enthusiast it’s very valuable to follow the right people.
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