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Is there a reliable website about artificial intelligence that is updated regularly?

Like there is now TensorFlow 2.0 and they write some information about it. Or a magazine which can be subscribed. So a site where all news of AI are collected to be always up to date.

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  • $\begingroup$ A naive approach would be an RSS stream which combines all the headlines from the last month. Some of these resources are available online but they aren't recommended for daily reading. The better alternative is to take a look at the website of the computer history museum. They are providing news about the latest technology from the past. The topic from the last week was the “World brain”, invented by Paul Otlet in the 1900s. $\endgroup$ – Manuel Rodriguez Nov 4 at 9:53
  • $\begingroup$ There is a feed right here: < feedspot.com/… >. I don't know if Feedspot is considered to be credible or not. Is this what you were looking for and can your question be improved? $\endgroup$ – Tautological Revelations Nov 5 at 6:28
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    $\begingroup$ MIT Tech Review's The Algorithm is reliable, updates frequently, and covers milestones and current issues. Quanta Magazine has some very good articles on the theoretical aspects. For more technical sources see: How to stay a up-to-date researcher in ML/RL community? $\endgroup$ – DukeZhou Nov 6 at 0:50
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For sites, https://towardsdatascience.com/ maybe a good choice. The articles on there is about AI. You can read a lot of articles about state-of-the-art AI networks there. You can also subscribe to their newsletter for emails everyday on new AI discoveries. However, as stated by @DuttaA, take the articles with caution. The articles may or may not be entirely true as they are written by the community. Choose articles with large number of likes to read.

The YouTube channel two minutes paper is also a great resource. The channel posts videos about AI and also computer science periodically, and the content is easy to understand and enjoyable.

Reminder: for the towards data science site, you should disable cookies for it so that there will not be a limit on how many articles you read.

Hope I can help you and have a nice day

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    $\begingroup$ I wouldn't recommend towardsdatascience though, some times it contains not 'very authentic' articles. $\endgroup$ – DuttaA Nov 4 at 10:13
  • $\begingroup$ Oh.. let me change it soon. Thx for your opinion $\endgroup$ – Clement Hui Nov 4 at 15:15
  • $\begingroup$ is it worth to subscribe to their newsletter for $5/month or $50/year? I am just curious I wanted to read their articles for some weeks and if you have positive experience with their articles I also could subscribe. $\endgroup$ – S. Yildiz Nov 5 at 7:50
  • $\begingroup$ You don't need to subscribe to read it. Just disable cookies for the towards data science site and no subscription is required. Tutorial: quora.com/How-do-I-read-Medium-articles-for-free . Note that the site is towards data science.com not medium.com, although it works on both sites as both sites is based on the same company/organisation. Hope it helps. $\endgroup$ – Clement Hui Nov 5 at 8:32
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If you're willing to "drink from the fire hose", it's probably hard to beat just browsing recent arXiv submissions when it comes to seeing the most novel results in AI/ML.

For the unfamiliar, arXiv is a preprint repository where academic articles are published before/as they are submitted to an academic journal. It also contains work which is not intended for later publication, such as replicating someone else's results.

The two major caveats are 1) these articles are written with an expert audience in mind, so may not feel very inviting and 2) there is no barrier to entry to publishing to arXiv, so there is no guarantee of quality for any individual article.

ArXiv has an AI category, as well as a CS/ML and Stats/ML category.

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Personally, for such stuff, I always felt twitter was the best. As long as you follow the right people/pages your feed can be quite informative and quite frequently links to articles or youtube videos which can be helpful are also found. To start off you could check out the DL loop list to start you off with a few popular people in DL on twitter

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Besides the other answers, you can follow the Batch news of deeplearning.ai:

The Batch presents the most important AI events and perspective in a curated, easy-to-read report for engineers and business leaders. Every Wednesday, The Batch highlights a mix of the most practical research papers, industry-shaping applications, and high-impact business news.

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If you like papers, this keeps track of the state of the art (a lot of artificial intelligence, but no exclusively though)

https://paperswithcode.com/sota

The mission of Papers With Code is to create a free and open resource with Machine Learning papers, code and evaluation tables.

We believe this is best done together with the community and powered by automation.

We've already automated the linking of code to papers, and we are now working on automating the extraction of evaluation metrics from papers.

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    $\begingroup$ Can you be more specific about the details of the site? Like what this site have and stuff. Thanks $\endgroup$ – Clement Hui Nov 5 at 12:58
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I think Deep Learning Weekly https://www.deeplearningweekly.com/ is very good.

Critiques of other sources mentioned elsewhere in these answers:

  • towardsdatascience and similar have a lot of articles which seem like undergrads trying to write out their best understanding of their lecture notes.
  • Twitter is pain.
  • The Batch is ok but a lot less interesting, maybe more manager-oriented, than Deep Learning Weekly.
  • A raw arXiv feed is too much detail for what I think the questioner wants.
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  • $\begingroup$ (However, there are some excellent mathematicians on twitter worth following;) $\endgroup$ – DukeZhou Nov 6 at 1:15
  • $\begingroup$ Are you one of the owners or editors of Deep Learning Weekly? If so, you should disclose that piece of information. $\endgroup$ – DeltaIV Nov 6 at 7:12
  • $\begingroup$ @DeltaIV, no, don't be ridiculous. $\endgroup$ – jmmcd Nov 6 at 10:03

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