About

The Gradient is a digital magazine that aims to be a place for discussion about research and trends in artificial intelligence and machine learning. We provide accessible and technically informed overviews of the what's going on AI, as well as a platform for perspectives on recent developments and long-term trends. In short, The Gradient points in the direction of the field.

It is a non-profit and volunteer-run effort run by people in the AI community who enjoy these sorts of articles and like to enable more of them to be written. It was founded in 2017 by a group of students and researchers at the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (SAIL).



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Editors

Andrey Kurenkov
Hugh Zhang
Justin Landay
Bradly Alicea
Kiran Vaidhya
Malhar Patel
Shagun Sodhani
Adithya Ganesh
Jessica Dai


Former Editors

Eric Wang
Nancy Xu
Jordan Alexander
Philip Hwang
Simone Totaro
Yuge Shi
Stan Xie
Kai-Siang Ang
Mirantha Jayathilaka
Max Smith
Horace He
Steven Ban


Sponsors

We would like to thank the following for their financial support of The Gradient:
DeepLearning.ai


The Gradient is currently volunteer funded. We greatly appreciate any donations, which will help us cover server costs and other expenses.