AI is rapidly changing the way we live and do business, which leaves many business leaders feeling like they're struggling to keep pace with developments. As such, business leaders often ask me for tips on recommend reading – they want to know which books will help them understand the AI revolution, grasp its impact on our world and plan for an AI-driven future. What Is The Best Book On Artificial Intelligence (AI)?Adobe Stock I read a lot about AI, for my consulting work, and more recently as research for my latest book'Artificial Intelligence in Practice' and, of course, because I find the subject absolutely fascinating. In fact, I'd say I've devoured pretty much every key AI book that's been published in the last decade. My plan for this article was to nominate the single best book on AI – as in, if you could only read one, which book should it be?
"Original, accessible, and provocative….Tegmark successfully gives clarity to the many faces of AI, creating a highly readable book that complements The Second Machine Age's economic perspective on the near-term implications of recent accomplishments in AI and the more detailed analysis of how we might get from where we are today to AGI and even the superhuman AI in Superintelligence…. At one point, Tegmark quotes Emerson: 'Life is a journey, not a destination.' The same may be said of the book itself. Enjoy the ride, and you will come out the other end with a greater appreciation of where people might take technology and themselves in the years ahead." This is the most important conversation of our time, and Tegmark's thought-provoking book will help you join it."
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"If you program a machine, you know what it's capable of. If the machine is programming itself, who knows what it might do?" ― Garry Kasparov Artificial Intelligence is a complex subject. However, reading and acquiring knowledge through books written on Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Data Science and other related topics can help technology enthusiasts to a great extent. Here is a list of ten books on AI and Machine Learning that provide the information on basics of technology, its present, the future paradigm and the most rabid fictionalized set-ups that are expected to arrive in the coming future. We have rated the books on a scale of 1-5, considering their depth, research, uniqueness, reader's review, and the AiThority News Quotient.
Recently there have been plenty of books published about the role that artificial intelligence(AI) is likely to play in the future of the human race. Unfortunately, many of those books lack the scientific and even literally rigor to be considered seriously. Its really easy to write a book speculating about terminator-like versions of AI but its really hard to provide the right scientific backing to arguments about a human-machine symbiotic future. Late last year, I read Max Tegmark's Life 3.0 and was very impressed by the detailed research and original thinking presented in this book.