• Artificial Intelligence

  • An Essential Beginner’s Guide to AI, Machine Learning, Robotics, the Internet of Things, Neural Networks, Deep Learning, Reinforcement Learning, and Our Future
  • By: Neil Wilkins
  • Narrated by: Brian R. Scott
  • Length: 3 hrs and 9 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (26 ratings)

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Artificial Intelligence

By: Neil Wilkins
Narrated by: Brian R. Scott
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Publisher's Summary

If you want to learn about artificial intelligence, then pay attention....

So, what is the deal with intelligent machines? Will they soon decide on things such as copyright infringement? How about self-driving trucks and cars? 

What kind of impact will smart machines have on society and the future of human jobs? 

This book will give you a glimpse into the most fascinating topic of the 21st century - artificial intelligence (AI), a hypothetical simulation of a living brain inside a computer. 

Here’s just a tiny fraction of what you’ll discover:

  • Confluence of interests
  • AI myths
  • Manipulating the limbic system
  • Motivation for creating AI
  • Basic concepts
  • IOT ecosystem
  • Fighting against tech giants
  • Seminal inventions
  • Fear-based consumerism
  • AI and growth hacking
  • AI and correcting fake news
  • AI and big data
  • AI and employment
  • AI and the legal system
  • AI and self-driving vehicles
  • Tech giants as rulers of society
  • AI as one world religion
  • Dietary advice by AI
  • AI and loneliness
  • AI and ethics
  • AI and social credit
  • Hacking AI
  • AI as sports referees
  • And much, much more!

If you want to learn more about artificial intelligence, then buy now!

©2019 Neil Wilkins (P)2020 Neil Wilkins

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This audible is astounding

Here’s what I want: it made a peak of knowledge into easily understandable material. A great introduction to the power of analytics.

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Very clear and precise audible.

Ideal for a subject as requiring as Artificial Intelligence. Intelligently directed. Highly recommended for anyone who has to make choices based on data.

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Thank you

He gives compelling evidence about why we need transparency in AI. he talks about the meaning of this transparency in the meaning of AI - there are case studies around the impacts of AI in our society. This is an outstanding AUDIBLE that you can use for a discussion around AI.

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Very clear and well written

Neil Wilkins has done a very good job of describing why AI needs more clarity. In this short and well-written magazine, the writer practices non-technical and obvious language. The thoughts are well-formed and non-ambivalent in their application, without lecturing or politicizing.

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It encouraged me to think about my job as a data scientist within the state, and how good information is required for the models my team and I made.

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Go Lean!

Wow! So much I didn’t know about data and AI. This was absolutely an interesting audible.

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For anyone who involved in the analytics field.

This audible gives great advice for directors and policymakers. With the help of user-friendly diagrams and statistics tables, you’re able to learn the best way.

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I would prescribe this audible to anyone.

I would suggest aspiring data scientists of all levels particularly to those who are excited to get more expression to machine learning. This audible is one of the better-written machine learning books who should be a necessary audible on the subject.

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Powerful benefits.

It gives a method to look at big data and machine learning. This audible is fit for most users, not just technicians. It simply represents the coming impact of AI in a wide range of touch points for business, private life, and nature.

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Within the use of information, case studies, and others they seem to aim at presenting a sort of introduction for how computers and it’s derivatives have sprung up, how it is working in everyday life, and what is to come.