We have gathered a comprehensive list of resources to help ease your AI adoption,
learn collaboratively, and make AI work for you.
Table of contents
- Kickstart Your AI Journey: Essential Resources for Every Level
- Generative AI: This is how it works
- What Is ChatGPT Doing … and Why Does It Work?
- How to Research and Write Using Generative AI Tools
- ChatGPT Complete Guide: Learn Midjourney, ChatGPT 4 & More
- AI and the Illusion of Intelligence
- Prompt Engineering Guide
- The state of AI in 2023: Generative AI’s breakout year
- The economic potential of generative AI: The next productivity frontier
- BCG Report on AI at work
- Humans need not apply
Kickstart Your AI Journey: Essential Resources for Every Level
These guides, articles, and courses are designed to make your journey into AI easier, encourage team learning, and help you use AI in your business.
Whether you’re a beginner or already know a bit about AI, there’s something in this list for everyone.
Generative AI: This is how it works
This is one of the best explanations of ChatGPT (and tokens in particular) that I have seen.
This article by Financial Times is interactive, meaning it has many visuals that help in understand GPT models better.
~10-15 min read, totally worth it.
What Is ChatGPT Doing … and Why Does It Work?
It is written by Stephen Wolfram, founder of Wolfram Alpha.
Note that Wolfram Alpha has been trying to create something like ChatGPT for Math for many years.
Therefore, Stephen Wolfram is one of the top people in the world to talk about LLMs and their shortcomings when it comes to Math.
How to Research and Write Using Generative AI Tools
While researching what other people are doing, I enjoyed this one the most.
ChatGPT Complete Guide: Learn Midjourney, ChatGPT 4 & More
At the time of creating this course, this is the top course on Udemy about generative AI.
It’s very use case oriented and might be helpful to you.
It covers a lot of ‘vision’ topics, which I don’t.
AI and the Illusion of Intelligence
This course by Daniel Hardt is not really practical.
It is very philosophical, instead.
I loved it and highly recommend it!
Prompt Engineering Guide
The concepts quickly become very advanced, but you are prepared for this!
The state of AI in 2023: Generative AI’s breakout year
This 2023 McKinsey article covers the quick rise of generative AI, its effect on industries and workforces, and the necessity to manage risks.
It examines the major changes that are expected in knowledge-based sectors.
The economic potential of generative AI: The next productivity frontier
There was this phrase: ‘AI could add the equivalent of $2.6 trillion to $4.4 trillion annually…’ which was going all around the Internet for months.
BCG Report on AI at work
A short and interesting report by BCG, geared towards leaders.
There are 14 images at the bottom, which are the important bit.
Humans need not apply
It is phenomenal.
Every time I watch it, I discover something new.
It investigates the place of humans in a world dominated by AI.
I kept the list short in the hope you will check them out. They are all totally worth it!