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Artificial Intelligence for Dummies

Artificial Intelligence for Dummies

This term, artificial intelligence (AI) has been known from the years of the 1950s. However, a lot has changed since those years, and now in recent years, the perception of artificial intelligence has changed in a big way.

In recent times artificial intelligence has been brought up through the news, books, movies as well as the TV shows. However, the exact definition of artificial intelligence is most often misinterpreted by people in society. The text of artificial intelligence for dummies is a book that provides an excellent introduction that is clear to artificial intelligence and how artificial intelligence is being used in recent times.

You also will get a definite highlight of the technology once inside as well as the various misconceptions that are common among people in the society which surround artificial intelligence. In addition to that, you will also find a fascinating look at the applications of the artificial intelligence which starts from self-driving cars as well as drones to the contributions of the artificial intelligence in the field of medicine.

You will also learn of how and what artificial intelligence has contributed to the people’s society, its benefits in the community as well as its cons. You will also learn as well as explore the uses of artificial intelligence in the applications of computer programs and in addition to that a person will discover the limits if what artificial intelligence can do. Additionally, a person will also find out about the history of the artificial intelligence that is, how people perceived artificial intelligence in the past.

It is usually said that the world of artificial intelligence is fascinating and this book makes a good guide as well as makes it more accessible. The author of the book, artificial intelligence for dummies is called John Paul Mueller, and this man has written over 108 books and also over 600 articles concerning topics that range from artificial intelligence to networking and even to database management. John Paul is also a technical editor as well as a consultant.