Visitors to this site have asked for data science and machine learning resources.
Manning Publications has a great selection of books that will start getting you up to speed on data science and machine learning. Here’s a resource for learning AlphaGo.
Two Minute Papers is a youtube channel that reviews the latest literature and happenings in the data science world and brings these topics to life. I don’t recommend youtube for in-depth learning. You should use something more like a Udacity for that, but this channel really explains these concepts in a concise manner. It’s a lot of fun to watch.
A cursory search of Github yields a flood of accounts that are directed specifically at learning. I recommend individuals find a project they enjoy and follow along in the code as it’s developed. Or just clone the repository locally and start experimenting. Many data science repositories will also have jupyter notebooks where you can experiment with the topic directly.
Be careful with Twitter, it’s very easy to fall into the trap of following joke accounts that you browse late into the night and never get started on anything concrete. However, very notable data scientists have accounts and post regularly: Hilary Mason and DJ Patil are two examples. Check them out.