To keep up with new AI developments, follow influential AI researchers and AI conferences on X, LinkedIn, and YouTube:
Researchers: @ylecun, @goodfellow_ian, AndrewYNg
Conferences: @aiconf2024, @NeurlPSConf, @ICMLconf
On the website Reddit, there are forums dedicated to specific AI topics called subreddits:
Reddit subreddits: r/MachineLearning, r/artificial, r/LanguageTechnology
Discord: Several products and organizations have their own communities: Bard, Hugging Face, OpenAI
TTU Udemy offers free online courses about AI: "The Complete Artificial Intelligence and ChatGPT Course" or "Artificial Intelligence A-Z 2024: Build 5 AI (incl. ChatGPT)" for those affiliated with TTU
edX, Coursera, FutureLearn, MIT OpenCourseWare, Open University offer free online courses
YouTube offers tutorials on how to use the latest AI tools: Andy Stapleton, Alana Rister, Amina Yonis all have multiple videos on using AI for scholarly research, also Matt Wolfe
YouTube also has channels on AI news that include the latest AI developments, and you can get summaries of YouTube AI videos at Notable Digest
Apple offers a weekly AI news podcast:
Nvidia also has an interesting AI podcast:
MIT Technology Review features an AI podcast titled "In Machines We Trust:"
With the explosion of AI literature, it can be challenging to keep up. Many AI tools offer article summarization features, including ChatGPT, Bard and Bing.
For example, you can ask Bing for a rundown of AI news and even have it speculate on what this news means to you. When asked "Please summarize the news about AI from major newspapers," Bing issued this response:
"Sure, here is a brief summary of the latest news about AI from major newspapers: