Understanding Artificial Intelligence
||Author: Editors Scientific American|
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Publisher: Warner Books (01 March, 2002)
Sales Rank: 65,467
Average Customer Rating: 5 out of 5
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Understanding Artificial Intelligence is a collection of articles about artificial intelligence that have appeared in Scientific American over the past decade. Together they show AI as a fascinating and integrated field, rather than just a series of isolated projects. The authors, without exception, are using the human mind as an inspiration for creating superior technology. They are impatient with the idea that they are trying in any way to create 'articial humans'.
All the authors are well-known AI experts who have put in their time at the lab bench - or computer keyboard - and are talking from hands-on experience. Every piece meets Scientific American's standard of good, clear English without 'talking down' to readers. The enthusiasm and pragmatism of these scientists comes through clearly.
At around 150 pages, this e-book was easy to read in one sitting, a perfect length for a domestic flight.
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