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10 Best Machine Learning And Data Science Twitter Accounts To Follow

November 28, 2018 at 8:37 AM

It isn't always easy to keep up-to-date with the latest news in data science, machine learning or artificial intelligence. Twitter is a great source of information and helps you quickly scan through headlines to engage with content that interests you. This helps eliminate a lot of noise and helps you focus on what you want to read about, but you need to follow the right people for that content to appear in your feed.

To get the insiders' view on what's happening in data science, ML and AI, follow these 10 accounts on Twitter.

Best Data Science Twitter accounts to follow

Andrew Ng (@AndrewYNg)

Co-Founder of Coursera; Stanford CS adjunct faculty. Former head of Baidu AI Group/Google Brain.

Topics: AI, machine learning, deep learning, MOOCs

Joined: November 2010

Followers: 352 157

Lillian Pierson (@BigDataGal)

Data Strategist, Trainer & Biz Coach to Tech Professionals.

Topics: Big data, AI, IoT and women in tech

Joined: October 2012

Followers: 123 302

Gregory Piatetsky (@kdnuggets)

Topics: AI, analytics, big data, data mining, data science, machine learning and deep learning

Joined: February 2009

Followers: 133 211

Bernard Marr (@BernardMarr)

Internationally best-selling author; keynote speaker; futurist; business, technology, and data advisor to governments and companies.

Topics: Business, data, technology

Joined: January 2010

Followers: 109 592

Kirk Borne (@KirkDBorne)

The Principal Data Scientist @BoozAllen. Global Speaker. Top Big Data Science Influencer. PhD Astrophysicist. Ex-Professor. http://rocketdatascience.org/ 

Topics: Big data, data science, data mining, machine learning, AI

Joined: March 2012

Followers: 214 289

Hilary Mason (@hmason)

GM for Machine Learning at @Cloudera. Founder at @FastForwardLabs. Data Scientist in Residence at @accel. I ♥ data and cheeseburgers.

Topics: Data science, machine learning, deep learning,

Joined: February 2007

Followers: 111 686

David Kenny (@davidwkenny)

Husband. Dad. AI. Machine Learning. Weather. Akamai. Publicis. Digitas. Bain. Always having fun learning something new.

Topics: AI, cloud, deep learning

Joined: April 2009

Followers: 11 399

Fei-Fei Li (@drfeifei)

Prof (CS @Stanford), Co-Director Stanford Human-Centered AI Institute, CoFounder/Chair @ai4allorg, Researcher #AI #computervision #ML AI+healthcare, cognneuro

Topics: AI, machine learning

Joined: April 2010

Followers: 290 420

Nando de Freitas (@NandoDF)

I research intelligence to understand what we are, and to harness it wisely.

Topics: data science, machine learning, deep learning

Joined: April 2009

Followers: 52 462

Ilya Sutskever (@ilyasut)

Topics: Data science, AI, deep learning

Joined: September 2013

Followers: 22 109

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