With a lot of new sign-ups for TheSequence, we put this guide together to navigate you through our newsletters.
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In this post, we put a lot of links together to navigate you through our content.
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This is just a small part of what we’ve covered, and there is SO MUCH interesting ahead, as the AI&ML pace of development has speeded up tremendously.
❓ The question is: how to keep up ❓
🔎 TheSequence Scope
TheSequence Scope is our free weekly digest. It keeps you up to date with the latest research papers, cool tech releases, AI startups and investments, notable tweets about AI, and other useful information to keep you informed without hassle. No need to sift through arxiv.org, follow dozens of blogs, and collect bookmarks. Every Sunday, TheSequence Scope is in your inbox: precise and informative.
📚 TheSequence Edge
It’s our premium newsletter that builds knowledge about ML and focuses on the projects that move the AI industry forward. It’s delivered to you every Tuesday and Thursday. The newsletter takes only 5-6 minutes to read. Reading it consistently you become proficient and smarter about ML and AI. The content is unique and trusted by the main AI labs, universities, lots of enterprises, and ML startups. $5/$50.
On Tuesdays, we familiarize you with the most important ML concepts, keep you up-to-date with relevant research papers and explain the most prominent tech tools and frameworks.
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On Thursdays, we do a deep dive into one of the freshest research papers from AI labs like Google AI, DeepMind, OpenAI, etc, or give a comprehensive explanation of cutting-edge technology frameworks and platforms like Tecton, Run:AI, Snorkel AI, Fiddler and others.
🎙 TheSequence Chat
The interviews with ML practitioners! We love it. It’s a great source of inspiration and insights from hands-on professionals. Always something to learn.
also we spoke to Jim Dowling/Logical Clocks AB: The future of feature stores; Adam Wenchel/Arthur AI: About ML explainability, interpretability, and fairness; Justin Harris/Microsoft: "My vision is for people to be compensated for the data they provide while keeping models free to use"; Jan Beitner/PyTorch Forecasting: " I believe deep learning models will become the method of choice for time-series forecasting"; Krishna Gade/Fiddler: Challenges with model explainability; Iskandar Sitdikov/Provectus: Healthcare has it all: NLP, computer vision, recommendations, and a whole lot more. All interviews can be found here.
📇 A brief history of TheSequence
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