A timely and important book that explores the societal and ethical implications of artificial intelligence as we approach the cusp of a fourth industrial revolution. George Zarkadakis explores one of humankind's oldest love-hate relationships: our ties with artificial intelligence, or AI. He traces AI's origins in ancient myth, through literary classics like Frankenstein to today's science fiction blockbusters, arguing that a fascination with AI is hardwired into the human psyche.
"As important as Age of Spiritual Machines."
As businesses enter the unchartered waters of machine intelligence - where machines learn by experience and improve their performance over time - researchers are trying to predict its impact on jobs and work.