Each and every month, 1000s of people make their way onto our site. That’s a lot of eyes and exposure for your article.
So, whether you want to write about deep neural networks, silicon chips, quantum approaches AI, computer vision, machine learning or AI product strategies, if you’ve got the insights, we’ve got the platform.
We are an independent group united not by a common job title or industry, but a common goal - to explore and elevate the next generation of machine intelligence. When you publish stuff with us, it gets seen, read and appreciated by 1,000s of people just like you.
We don’t just cap the benefits there though. As well as being featured on the site, your article will be:
- Shared on our ever-growing slack channel
- Promoted across all our social channels
Ready to share your expertise and enhance your personal brand?
Here’s how to contribute 👇🏼
Step 1: submit your subject
Before you put finger to keyboard, drop us a line and let us know what you want to write about. Some popular topics include:
- Brain-Inspired Computing
- Chip Design
- Compute 2.0
- AI Accelerators
- Computer Vision
- Data Centers
- Inference & Training
- Machine Learning
Step 2: follow the rules
We’re a reasonable bunch and we don’t expect too much, but what we do ask for is:
- Articles to be no shorter than 800 words
- Any pictures included to be royalty-free
- A picture to sit with your contributor profile
- A short bio (200 characters or less)
Also, individual contributions shouldn’t be promoting your company’s products or services. For that sort of stuff, we have sponsorship opportunities.
Step 3: submit your work
Already published something awesome elsewhere?
Not a problem. With custom canonical links, you can still share it with our audience too.
Yawn 💤 time for the boring bits…
We include images with every post. Stock photography will be chosen by our team and will be posted with your entry unless you have a particular image you wish to use. By including any photos, screenshots, or images, you consent to allow AIAI to post this image with proper credit to you and/or the creator.
Links in your post should be relevant to the story you’re telling and provide context to your audience. When referring to another article or piece of research, please use proper citation or link to the source material.
We reserve the right to use any and all contributed content, with credit to any authors, in its entirety or in portions for promotional purposes, including in social media, other blogs, or newsletters. AIAI may choose to cross-post to Medium, LinkedIn, or other blogging services.