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Artificial Intelligence Fundamentals - The Foundations & History of Intelligent Machines - cover

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Artificial Intelligence Fundamentals - The Foundations & History of Intelligent Machines

A. B. Lawal

Publisher: Bolakale Aremu

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This book is right for you if you're looking to learn the fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The book assumes you know next to nothing about AI so it delves into the foundations and the history of artificial intelligence.
 
The book also touches the applications of AI, and at the end tells you how to continue your journey to building your own intelligent machines. Inside the book, a clear overview of the technology is also provided, the similarities and differences between machines and humans, and a fascinating look at AI applications like self-driving cars.
 
I'm someone who builds intelligent machines. Although I'm a computer scientist my focus is building artificial intelligence, that is building machines that think the way we do.
 
Finally it's important for you to understand that ever since I was a tiny child I’ve loved the idea of intelligent machines, robots, computers and other things that would help us or even try to kill us. I love them even in those moments when people said they were trying to kill us.
 
Now let me start teaching you with this book all you need to know about artificial intelligence.

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