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[D] Keeping track of latest research

How do you monitor the progress made in your subfields of interest? I’m still studying and I’m not yet a researcher; my only experience was with Arxiv and I had a couple of problems: and there are a couple but when I delved deeper in Adversarial ML for a project I noticed two problems:

  1. There’s no notification system. I’d like to know when a new interesting paper get publish in the field I’m interested in but, at least on Arxiv, there’s no option for that.

  2. I’m not sure if that’s an issue with the field I was studying at the time (Adversarial ML) or if it’s a general issues but I happened to read papers of researchers claiming great descoveries for later being discredited by established authors. That was quite disappointing other than a waste of time.

Are those common problem? How do you keep yourself updated?

I found a partial solution in using twitter lists to group famous researchers and look at what they post but it’s not really optimal.

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