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Publisher's Summary

If there were a book to explain fully the origins and current existence of artificial intelligence, this book would be it. Artificial intelligence can be seen as an advantageous thing that can help businesses and human life forms have mental advantages over competitors. Artificial intelligence is rumored to take over the world eventually through the medium of technology and overpower the human race. People believe that robots will eventually be more mentally powerful than the human brain, but maybe you should reconsider the thought after, especially after listening to this book. I possess a bachelor's degree in business administration from Tiffin University and an associate's degree in management technology.
©2015 Trevor Clinger (P)2015 Trevor Clinger
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By Ntussia on 02-01-17

INTERESTING BOOK!

If you could sum up Artificial Intelligence and the United States of America in three words, what would they be?

Coolest Book Ever

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I love books about A.I. because it's so mysterious and exciting. It's an ongoing secret that many people will spend their whole life trying to figure A.I. out.

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By Elsa Braun on 04-17-16

Don't do it: Be fooled by the Title

Extremely dated for 2015. IBM said "Computers will never take over the world" This comment does not refer to IBM's Watson technology but to a 1960's article. The reigning AI of chess playing programs was mentioned and compared to programs that play checkers. I realize some AI enthusiasts my not have been born when Deep Blue beat Kasparov in 1997.

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