Artificial Intelligence: The Impact on Our Lives

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Raintree Steck-Vaughn, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
Today's social and headline-making dilemmas, with their various shades of gray, engage readers in energetic debate. From snooping surveillance cameras to powerful media influence, these are the issues that impact our lives every day. Packed with solid facts, pro and con viewpoints, and debate questions, this series encourages readers to discuss current events and modern history.

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Machines That Think
Artificial Neural Networks 18
AI in Science and Medicine 30

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Alex Woolf played the drums and travelled on his motorbike before settling down as an author. His "Chronosphere" trilogy, a science fiction adventure set in the 22nd century, is published by Scribo.

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