If you want to understand AI, you don't need more newsletters...
You need the right newsletters.
You need the ones that cut through the noise. The ones that provide the most value for your time.
We've got you covered.
We’ve read most of the popular AI newsletters out there and curated the very best ones below.
1. AI Weekly
AI Weekly is a go-to source for helpful AI news and resources on how the technology is going to impact business, life, and the world.
2. AI Essentials
AI Essentials is actually a group of newsletters, each of which drills down into a different area of AI, including: news, ethics, applied use cases, and more.
3. Inside AI
Inside AI is a near-daily curated list of top AI links about AI, robotics and neurotechnology.
The newsletter includes both straightforward news items and top commentary, making it a great one-stop shop for everything general AI related.
4. The Marketing AI Institute Newsletter
We’re biased, but we’ve seen few newsletters out there that cover a wide scope of AI topics for non-technical marketers.
Our newsletter breaks down AI use cases for marketing and sales, answers commonly asked questions, and helps marketers make AI their competitive advantage.
5. O’Reilly AI Newsletter
Tech publishing giant O’Reilly knows a thing or two about complicated technology subjects. And their artificial intelligence newsletter doesn’t disappoint.
The newsletter curates short, but informative, updates about developments in the world of AI, and makes good use of O’Reilly’s vast network of technical experts.
6. The Batch
The Batch curates a weekly report on AI for engineers and business leaders, brought to you by those in the know at AI expert Andrew Ng's newest venture, DeepLearning.ai.
As Chief Content Officer, Mike Kaput uses content marketing, marketing strategy, and marketing technology to grow and scale traffic, leads, and revenue for Marketing AI Institute. An avid writer, Mike has published hundreds of articles on how to use AI in marketing to increase revenue and reduce costs. Mike is the co-author of Marketing Artificial Intelligence: AI, Marketing and the Future of Business (Matt Holt Books, 2022). He is also the author of Bitcoin in Plain English, a beginner’s guide to the world’s most popular cryptocurrency.