Top Books On Artificial Intelligence

By Toby Tunwase

One of the best ways to get information about any field is to read the books that credible sources in those fields have written. Therefore, we have compiled some of the best books that every AI enthusiast and professional should read.

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In this book, Jerusalem Historian Yuval Noah makes very gloomy predictions for the end of this technological arc of human existence. In a book translated in English as the “god-people,” over 70 000 years of human development is recapped, and the concept of man and AI is fully explored. The book explores the effect of AI on the human race in terms of labor and work, as well as in terms of meaning and existence.

This book covers all the basic concepts and principles that a beginner ought to know for anybody who wants to delve into the subject of AI. The book also makes introductions to coding in Python and React. The book is praised for its ability to communicate relatively complex topics in layman language such that they not only understand them but can also implement them.  

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Bill Gates recommends that everyone reads this book in preparation for the AI revolution. The book uses a metaphor to explore the possible consequences of human beings creating machines far more intelligent than their human creators.