||The Algorithm is published by MIT Technology Review. It arrives in your inbox every weekday, providing brief, no-nonsense updates on AI news stories. Even better, its “Deeper” section aims to explain the research behind emerging AI technologies. Want to show an interviewer you understand a new deep-learning algorithm? This is the place to prepare.
||The Open Data Science Conference (ODSC) is well known for its global events on the future of AI and Data Science. Their AccelerateAI newsletter is a great insider source of information on the commercial applications of AI and the technology behind it. The short, graphical format makes it quick and easy to search through research papers, job postings, and curated blog titles from AI experts.
||Data Elixir is put together by Lon Riesberg, a former NASA data scientist. It’s become an essential weekly read for anyone even remotely interested in AI, machine learning, or data. As well as clearly highlighting industry news and job postings, the newsletter comes highly recommended for its “Tools and Techniques” section. Go here for in-depth, practical articles on how you can build specific AI skills and experience.
||AI Weekly’s simple design means you can quickly scan through industry news and articles on AI tools and hardware. Its “Some Inspiration” section is an excellent place to read thoughtful comment pieces on broader industry ideas and concepts—such as ethical and regulatory questions. Recruiters love to challenge job applicants with questions about topics like these so AI job-seekers can do themselves a favor by taking a deep read here.
||Written by Open AI’s Jack Clark, Import AI is a weekly, bare-bones text newsletter. Its succinct news summaries of major events are highly recommended, as is Jack’s commentary providing context on every story. His explanations of “why it matters” are great when you want to burrow into the facts behind the headlines. It’s a great tool, both for people new to AI, and for those with experience who need to catch up with developments fast!
|Data Science Weekly
||Delivered to your inbox every seven days like clockwork, Data Science Weekly is a goldmine of information on all things data science. In this newsletter, you’ll be exposed to the latest data science articles, videos, job postings, training resources, and books. Hannah Brooks, a business strategy expert and financial modeler, and Sebastian Gutierrez, founder of DashingD3js.com, are the two authors behind this respected newsletter.
|Deep Learning Weekly
||As its name suggests, this newsletter’s focus is deep learning and it covers the topic aggressively, aggregating new research, learning content, news articles, and other resources in an easy-to-read bulletin. Created by Jan Bussieck and Malte Baumann, each issue of Deep Learning Weekly provides a brief introduction summarizing what the major news of the week is, with links to relevant articles and resources.
|Data is Plural
||Data journalist Jeremy Singer-Vine is the publisher of this newsletter, which spotlights interesting data sets and data-driven projects. Singer-Vine is currently the data editor at BuzzFeed News.
|O'Reailly Data Newsletter
||Some newsletters are just the bare bones, providing links to relevant content, but no commentary or perspective on what they’re linking to. O’Reilly Media’s data newsletter, which covers the big data sector, isn’t one of them. Each week, O’Reilly assembles a collection of interesting data articles, providing readers with a scintillating sneak peek of what they can expect if they click on each link.
||KDnuggets News has been in existence since 1993 and is currently delivering news to readers three to four times a month. The email newsletter aggregates stimulating stories published on the KDnuggets blog, which focuses on business analytics, big data, data mining, data science, and machine learning. If you subscribe to KDnuggets News, you can expect to find links to features, tutorials, opinion articles, webinars, job postings, and a wealth of other content related to data science.
||Curated by Avinash Hindupur, this newsletter provides an illuminating look at timely AI news, articles, research, and tutorials.
|Data Science Roundup
||Data Science Roundup, which bills itself as curating “the internet’s most useful data science articles,” recaps new and helpful articles in the field of data. The newsletter’s creator, Tristan Handy, also provides his own thoughts and engaging commentary alongside each of the articles.
||Delivered daily, Inside’s AI newsletter provides a thorough rundown of the most recent AI-related news stories. For readers in a rush, each article listed in an issue of Inside AI is smartly summarized by the newsletter’s author in a few sentences, giving you a firm gist of its contents without having to read the entire story.
||Co-founder Sam DeBrule presents the week’s machine learning and AI news in this easily readable newsletter, which is an extension of the Machine Learnings blog. Featured content and articles are organized into sections like “Awesome, not awesome”, “What we’re reading”, and “What we’re building.”
|TopBots Applied AI
||The Topbots website contains a huge library of information and articles on AI and bot news for business leaders. Subscribing to its weekly industry newsletter is an easy way to keep informed of Topbots’ latest posts.
|Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning Weekly
||Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning Weekly seeks to keep its readers on the pulse of the latest AI developments, recommending relevant blog posts, resources, as well as news articles on the latest acquisitions and fundraising rounds by companies in the industry. Its authors, Waikit Lau and Arthur Chan, also provide thoughtful context and opinions on the content it features in the newsletters.
||Luba Elliot's Ai newsletter on creative uses of AI in art, music, and more.
|NYU's Data Science Community
||A thorough read, this newsletter may take you more than a minute to skim through. But New York University’s Data Science Community News is worth the time investment. This bulletin zeroes in on the latest academic news—i.e., notable leadership appointments and shake-ups, data science investments, and new research projects—as well as what’s happening in the private realm and in government. The in-depth newsletter, curated by Laura Noren and Brad Stenger, also highlights upcoming events, deadlines for conferences and contests, a fun “Tweet of the Week” feature, tools and resources, post-doc opportunities, and careers within and outside of academia.
||A more technical newsletter, Data Machina brands itself as a “digest of machine learning curiosities, data science geekery, and other data amenities.” Subscribe to this bulletin and you can expect to find links to data sets, interesting data visualizations, as well as content on blockchain, natural language processing (NLP), Scala, algorithms, and more.
||Written by Rich Brueckner, this weekly newsletter includes the latest news and analysis from insideBIGDATA, an online news outlet with an editorial focus on big data, data science, AI, machine learning, and deep learning. If you subscribe, expect original content from insideBIGATA, including links to contributed articled, industry perspectives, and white papers.
|The Wild Week in AI
||The Wild Week in AI is a weekly AI and deep learning newsletter curated by Denny Britz, who has worked at Google Brain on deep learning techniques in reinforcement learning, machine translation and conversational modelling.
||Bills itself as ‘Putting AI News In Perspective — with accessible and informed coverage of the latest AI hype and panic’, Skynet is a group of researchers, engineers, and working professionals with domain knowledge in AI.
||Roya Pakzad curates this compilation of news and analysis about the intersection of artificial intelligence, public policy, and human rights. Roya’s research and work focuses on the intersection of human rights and technology.
||Talking Machines is a window into the world of machine learning, with conversations with experts in the field, and insightful discussions of industry news. The newsletter showcases the latest podcast, news, events, and jobs postings.
||A source for AI News and Events, the site is all about trends in the Artificial Intelligence space..
||Open AI is a non-profit artificial intelligence research company and ensures that their research work is open to one and all without worrying about money. Visit ‘Open AI’ blog for free access to all the latest research on the technology.