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Machines That Think

Machines That Think

Publisher : Nicholas Brealey Publishing
SKU: 9781529381955
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How did artificial intelligence become the most powerful technology on the planet? Sometime in the future the intelligence of machines will exceed that of human brain power. So are we on the edge of an AI-pocalypse, with superintelligent devices superseding humanity, as predicted by Stephen Hawking? Or will this herald a kind of Utopia, with machines doing a far better job at complex tasks than us? You might not realize it, but you interact with AIs every day. They route your phone calls, appro
How did artificial intelligence become the most powerful technology on the planet? Sometime in the future the intelligence of machines will exceed that of human brain power. So are we on the edge of an AI-pocalypse, with superintelligent devices superseding humanity, as predicted by Stephen Hawking? Or will this herald a kind of Utopia, with machines doing a far better job at complex tasks than us? You might not realize it, but you interact with AIs every day. They route your phone calls, approve your credit card transactions and help your doctor interpret results. Driverless cars will soon be on the roads with a decision-making computer in charge. But how do machines actually think and learn? In Machines That Think, AI experts and New Scientist explore how artificial intelligence helps us understand human intelligence, machines that compose music and write stories - and ask if AI is really a threat.
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ISBN13 9781529381955
Publisher Nicholas Brealey Publishing
Contributor By (author) New Scientist
Publication Date 2022-07-12
Language English
Format Paperback / softback
Pages 224
Product Dimensions (H x W x L) in mm 127 X 197 X 210
Shipping Weight (grams) 500
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How did artificial intelligence become the most powerful technology on the planet? Sometime in the future the intelligence of machines will exceed that of human brain power. So are we on the edge of an AI-pocalypse, with superintelligent devices superseding humanity, as predicted by Stephen Hawking? Or will this herald a kind of Utopia, with machines doing a far better job at complex tasks than us? You might not realize it, but you interact with AIs every day. They route your phone calls, approve your credit card transactions and help your doctor interpret results. Driverless cars will soon be on the roads with a decision-making computer in charge. But how do machines actually think and learn? In Machines That Think, AI experts and New Scientist explore how artificial intelligence helps us understand human intelligence, machines that compose music and write stories - and ask if AI is really a threat.
Products specifications
ISBN13 9781529381955
Publisher Nicholas Brealey Publishing
Contributor By (author) New Scientist
Publication Date 2022-07-12
Language English
Format Paperback / softback
Pages 224
Product Dimensions (H x W x L) in mm 127 X 197 X 210
Shipping Weight (grams) 500
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