New Scientist Instant Expert: Machines that Think

Editor: New Scientist
Publication Year: 2017
Publisher: John Murray Learning

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-1-4736-5004-6
Category: Science
Image Count: 20
Book Status: Available
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Machines That Think explores how artificial intelligence helps us understand human intelligence and machines that compose music and write stories, and it asks if AI is really a threat.

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Table of Contents

    • Series introduction
    • Contributors
    • Introduction
    • In our image: The challenge of creating intelligent machines
    • Machines that learn: The mechanics of artificial minds
    • Anything you can do: How AI is outsmarting humans
    • Matters of life and death: Driverless cars, AI doctors and killer robots
    • Into the unknown: How computers may overcome the limitations of the human mind
    • Machines that create: The AI world of art and storytelling
    • The real risks of AI: Why fears of an apocalypse are overblown
    • Will machines inherit the Earth? How superintelligent machines might revolutionize our world
    • Conclusion
    • Fifty ideas
    • Glossary
    • Picture credits