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AI TWEETS- 2019 will go down as a year of many developments in the artificial intelligence landscape. Besides millions and millions of tweets on new innovations, AI was at the centre of constant brainstorming among experts, researchers and influencers. With the year 2019 coming to an end, here are our top 10 tweets that we found very both thoughtful and intriguing in the context of artificial intelligence (AI).

Demis Hassabis

In January 2019, Demis Hassabis, Founder & CEO DeepMindAI introduced with his tweet AlphaStar, the first AI  to defeat a top professional player in StarCraft which is one of the most challenging Real-Time Strategy games. In a series of matches, AlphaStar beat Team Liquid’s Grzegorz Komincz, one of the world’s best professional StarCraft players. Demis highlighted that the technology behind Alpha Star could also be used for other applications such as weather prediction.

Demis Hassabis


2/3 As well as showing how far we’ve come, it was exciting to test out our new prototype system that uses the in-game camera interface to play. Massive respect to @Liquid_MaNa for outplaying it! We’ll keep working on it and play more games soon 🙂

Demis Hassabis


3/3 While StarCraft is ‘just’ a (very complex!) game, I’m excited that the techniques behind could be useful in other problems such as weather prediction & climate modeling, which also involve predictions over very long sequences. Peer-reviewed paper is underway.

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Andrew NG

Andrew NG, one of the most influential AI experts in the world and founder of Coursera, announced AI For Everyone on his Twitter targeted for all kinds of professionals to get started in AI. At a time when the world is moving towards democratising AI for all, the course has been highly appreciated by Twitterati.

Andrew Ng


AI For Everyone is now available on @Coursera! This course will help non-engineers and engineers work together to leverage AI capabilities and build an AI strategy. If you want your company to embrace AI, this is the course to get your CEO to take! 

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Geoffrey Hinton

The following was one of the first few tweets from Geoffrey Hinton, one of the pioneers of on artificial neural networks after he got started with Twitter. Also known as “Godfather of Deep Learning”, Hinton celebrated the winning of the Turing award along with Yann LeCun and Yoshua Bengio.

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