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The chatbot industry changes fast.

It is sometimes hard to keep an eye on everything that happens. The industry is in a constant state of innovation, which is amazing but also sometimes a bit hard to follow.

Fear not, dear readers -- we've got you covered.

 

Hand-picked chatbot newsletters

To help you stay on top of the trend, I have hand-picked five of my favourite chatbot newsletters. I don't read them religiously. I often scan through the email(s) for general topics before diving it.

If you are interested in the tech. If chatbots fascinate or confuse you. If you are ready to deep-dive into the crazy world of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and conversational UX.

Join these five newsletters (plus the two honourable mentions at the bottom of the article) and start your journey.

 

O'Reilly

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O'Reilly is one of these companies everyone in the business has heard of. Before 1984, O'Reilly was a technical writing consulting firm. It is around that time that they started to publish books about programming, computers, and technology.

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Today, O'Reilly is a trusted source of information on business and technical topics. Their online library hosts an incredible amount of books and white-papers.

Fair warning: a big part of their content is quite advanced.

What will you learn with O'Reilly's chatbot newsletter? You will receive weekly news about artificial intelligence, machine learning, and the latest insights from industry leaders.

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ubisend

I didn't think it right to put ubisend at the very top (so modest), but I sure am not putting us lower than second place!

We are a creative AI technology company. We have been around for 10+ years building smart conversational solutions for companies like Johnson and Johnson, Unilever, and BabyCenter.

Today, we focus on spreading chatbot awareness and knowledge. Though we tend to work with big businesses, we share content for everyone.

Thousands of people from all around the world receive and read our newsletter twice a week.

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Chatbots Weekly

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Chatbots Weekly does exactly what it says on the tin. Every week, you will receive an email about the latest chatbot stuff happening.

They curate content from big publishers, platform blogs (like Messenger, for instance), and sometimes even feature a bot they like.

Fair warning: as I am writing this and sharing it with the world, the Chatbots Weekly team haven't published anything since December 4th.

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Wild Week in AI

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This is one of my favourite chatbot and AI newsletter. Denny, the man behind the content, curates the best chatbot, AI, and machine learning he can find.

Highly knowledgeable on all those topics, Denny does a great job of capturing the content that matters. The 'Wild Week in AI' newsletter is one you don't want to miss (like ubisend's, hint).

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KDnuggets

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Fair warning: their site is... well... odd. If you can see past it, you will find value. But yeah, I know, tough one.

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So, this is a bit of a weird one. Like O'Reilly, KDnuggets' newsletter isn't as chatbots per se. Having said that, it is a fantastic source of information for anything that relates to AI, ML, and data science in general.

These three topics put together essentially make chatbots. Some of the content is advanced but lots of it is very readable for any knowledge level.

I love this newsletter.

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Honourable mentions

I want to mention two incredible blogs you should definitely follow and read frequently. I didn't add them to the list above simply because they don't have a newsletter.

You will have to go and read the old way: by going to their site (or find their RSS feed).

Neither of these names need much introduction. Click and browse right now, you will understand why I have to include them in this article.

This is my list! What newsletters do you subscribe to? What do you get from them? Join the conversation on Twitter.