Simply Artificial Intelligence
Published by DK
About Simply Artificial Intelligence
Understanding AI has never been easier with Simply Artificial Intelligence.
Combining bold graphics with easy-to-understand text, Simply Artificial Intelligence is the perfect introduction to the world of AI for those who are short of time but hungry for knowledge.
Covering a broad range of fields within AI - from computing and mathematics to politics and philosophy - entries demystify what artificial intelligence is and how it works, how it has dramatically changed the way we live, and how it might evolve in the future.
Explaining each individual aspect of AI more clearly than ever before, the book outlines the key building-blocks and technological milestones in its history, profiles its most important practical applications - both current and predicted - and explores the numerous ethical debates around AI, and its increasing influence on culture and society.
Dive deep into this book to further discover:
- Clear graphics and simple definitions make this complex and increasingly important subject easier to grasp than ever before.
- Entries cover a broad range of relevant subject areas - from computing and mathematics to philosophy and politics - exploring and explaining each one in a super-simple way.
-Easy-to-understand graphics help to explain over 120 concepts, applications, and theories in a clear, visual way.
Whether you are studying science or AI-related subjects at school or college, or simply want a jargon-free overview of this increasingly important subject, this essential guide is packed with everything you need to understand the basics quickly and easily. Perfect for complete beginners and time-poor readers looking for a quick overview of AI.
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So why stop there?
If you like Simply AI then why not complete the collection and try the other books in DK's wonderful Simply series? Explore the inner workings of the brain like never before with Simply Brain, start asking deeper questions with Simply Philosophy or soar into space with Simply Astronomy.