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10 Short Lessons in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

Extent: 192 pages

Size: 178x129mm

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Price: £9.99

ISBN: 9781789292169

Categories: Science - History - Philosophy

About the Book

In Ten Short Lessons in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, leading expert Professor Peter J. Bentley breaks down the fast-moving world of computers in the time of automata into ten pivotal lessons, presenting the reader with the essential information they need to get to grips with our most powerful technology and its remarkable implications for our species.

From the origins and motivation behind the birth of AI and robotics, to using smart algorithms that allow us to build good robots, to the technologies that enable computers to understand a huge range of sensory information, including language and communication, to the challenges of emotional intelligence, unpredictable environments and imagination in artificial intelligence, this is a cutting-edge, expert-led guide for curious minds.

About the series: The Pocket Einstein series is a collection of essential pocket-sized guides for anyone looking to understand a little more about some of the most relevant science that affects us all in the twenty-first century. Broken down into ten simple lessons and written by leading experts in their field, discover the ten most important takeaways from those areas of science we should all know more about.

Publication Date: 11/06/2020

Price: £3.99

ISBN: 9781789292176

Categories: Science - History - Philosophy

About the Book

In Ten Short Lessons in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, leading expert Professor Peter J. Bentley breaks down the fast-moving world of computers in the time of automata into ten pivotal lessons, presenting the reader with the essential information they need to get to grips with our most powerful technology and its remarkable implications for our species.

From the origins and motivation behind the birth of AI and robotics, to using smart algorithms that allow us to build good robots, to the technologies that enable computers to understand a huge range of sensory information, including language and communication, to the challenges of emotional intelligence, unpredictable environments and imagination in artificial intelligence, this is a cutting-edge, expert-led guide for curious minds.

About the series: The Pocket Einstein series is a collection of essential pocket-sized guides for anyone looking to understand a little more about some of the most relevant science that affects us all in the twenty-first century. Broken down into ten simple lessons and written by leading experts in their field, discover the ten most important takeaways from those areas of science we should all know more about.

About the Author

Peter J. Bentley is an author and computer scientist. He is an Honorary Professor and Teaching Fellow at the Department of Computer Science, University College London (UCL), Collaborating Professor at the Korean Advanced Institute for Science and Technology (KAIST), CTO of Braintree Ltd, and co-founder of Kazoova Ltd. He runs the Digital Biology Interest Group at UCL and has published over 250 scientific papers. His books include Digital Biology, The Book of Numbers, The Undercover Scientist and Digitized.

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