An overview of AI that is acceptable in quality but not in depth
We create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day, and yet probably do not ask frequently enough, ‘why?’
"Almost every mathematical concept he presents is explained as an enthralling story. The perfect summer read"
"Hawkins has truly established himself as both a formidable teacher and an ardent student of intelligence"
"Contains content that would be difficult if not impossible to find elsewhere. One of the best, if not the best, volume in this series"
"In a growing number of books on algorithms and inherent flaws, this lucid and insightful volume rises above the others"
"For the beginner, as well as the aficionado of artificial intelligence, this book is equally funny with a strong witty element throughout"
“A marvelous summary of the field— one that will meet the needs of the broad and diverse audience that he has sought to address”
“Engenders unique insights into the greatest global health crisis of our time”