Found this interesting Machine Learning styleguide from Google. It describes how they apply ML to various products as well as best practices they have discovered in the process. A little long but extremely insightful read if you build or are thinking of building products which use ML.
This microsite by Andreessen Horowitz is intended to help newcomers (both non-technical and technical) begin exploring what's possible with AI. If you have ever wondered "How do I get started with artificial intelligence?" or "What can I do with AI in my own product or company?", you'll find a lot of value from this site, complete with examples and sample code to help you get started.
Natural language processing, or NLP, is a field concerned with enabling machines to understand human language. This small guide by the folks at YCombinator is well written from a perspective of offering beginners some guidance on getting started with NLP.
An Exclusive Look at How AI and Machine Learning Work at Apple — Backchannel
Of course, in earlier days, machine learning was more primitive, and deep learning hadn’t even been buzzworded yet. AI isn’t new to Apple: as early as the 1990s it was using some machine learning techniques in its handwriting recognition products.