A.I. For Anybody: The Non-Coder's Guide to Understanding Artificial Intelligence

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Independently Published, Apr 16, 2020 - 112 pages
Too often we read news and watch movies with a common theme: robots and A.I. could be a danger to the human race. But what is artificial intelligence? How does it work? Is it sentient? Will it ever be? Should you be afraid of it? It's hard to form a solid opinion about A.I. if you don't even understand how it works. A.I. is an advanced computer science topic. It's rarely explained well to the general public. Most A.I. books are aimed at coders who are coming in with an advanced skill set already. This book only assumes you know how to multiply two numbers together. With a fun, conversational tone and plenty of helpful diagrams, this book is an excellent choice for anyone who wants to see how A.I. works under-the-hood.

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