Over the last month or so, I finally got over my “get off my lawn” old-man reaction to generative AI (specifically ChatGPT) and started ramping up on the topic. I’m starting at a point of needing to learn more about machine learning, large language models, or anything AI-related, so I’ve got a lot of ground to cover.

One of the things I’ve started to do is to get back into listening to technically oriented podcasts. It’s a great way to engage my mind while I’m out for my lunchtime walk around the neighborhood.

Below are the podcasts I’ve listened to (in the order I listened).

Have you listened to any of these podcasts? What did you think? Are there any podcasts that you’d add to this playlist?

James’ AI Podcast Playlist

1) .NET Rocks: The Inflection Point of Large Language Models with Grant Barrett

2) Software Engineering Daily: Surviving ChatGPT with Christian Hubicki

3) Baggage: How worrying is generative AI?

4) Hanselminutes: Protecting Machines from Us with Lelapa AI’s Pelonomi Moiloa

5) Baggage: Is GPT-4 the dawn of tree artificial intelligence?

6) Baggage: What if generative AI destroys biometric security?

7) .NET Rocks: Building Apps using OpenAI with Mark Miller

8) .NET Rocks: No Free Lunch in Machine Learning with Jodie Burchell

9) Baggage: Vint Cerf on how to wisely regulate AI