Yannic Kilcher

Yannic is actually one of the brightest people I’ve ever met. He is knowledgeable mostly in NLP and also knows Computer Vision and some Reinforcement Learning.

Here’s a list of videos from him which I liked a lot:

AI Coffee Break with Letitia

She is very good at NLP and Transformers. She explains the topics passionately, so you would never be bored.

Here’s a list of videos from her which I liked:

StatQuest with Josh Starmer

Josh Starmer simple explanations are famous. He talks mostly on general machine learning stuff especially decision trees and forests.

Recommended Stuff:

Maziar Raissi

He is an assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics at University of Colorado Boulder.

He has a big playlist of deep learning papers. He explain interesting papers in the field one by one. The playlist is quite big, containing 500 videos. So, it will take some time to finish it all.

Applied Deep Learning - YouTube

Alfredo Canziani

He is an assistant Professor of Computer Science at New York University.

Recommended stuff:


Who doesn’t know Andrew NG?

I think one of his great playlists is the one that he explains about MLOps. It is a pretty new concept which everybody who works in industry or want to work should know.

#1 Machine Learning Engineering for Production (MLOps) Specialization [Course 1, Week 1, Lesson 1] - YouTube

DVCorg - YouTube

MLOps Tutorial #1: Intro to Continuous Integration for ML - YouTube This is one of the best tutorials I’ve ever seen. It is very practical and shows how to implement an continuous integration system for Machine Learning with minimal effort.

Other People

Here, I list all other people which I haven’t really watched lots of video from. All of them make videos in AI field. They are not better or worst than above people, It is just that I haven’t really got to know them well (or they do not create regular content on Youtube).

Recently Found Channels

A New way to look at Math

These channels do not talk specifically about AI. Instead, they give intuitions about fundamental operations in Linear Algebra and Mathematics in general. I like them a lot.