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Nano-Uncertainty brings to life the strange world of high-tech in the Bay Area while presenting the real danger of an unconstrained artificial intelligence.
Software super geek James Forrest becomes unexpectedly embroiled in a murder case when he is hired to investigate the software at Distributed Nanotech Inc., a Berkeley supercomputer software company. James tells Susan
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Kindle Edition, 379 pages
Published October 30th 2017
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Patrick
Dec 07, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This is a fantastic book. It probably helps to be a bit of a software geek though to understand parts of it. It describes very accurately what it's like to work in a software startup. I enjoyed the scenes of the SF Bay area since that's where I spent my working life.

The concepts of distributed parallel processing were fascinating. Makes me want to jump back in to developing some software again. Of course it brings up essential questions about whether we can make AI too smart. We will have to see
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Feb 09, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Couldn’t put it down. Incredibly engaging story and beautiful writing. Techie enough without being overdone. Good balance between action and caring about the characters, which is rare in this genre. Waiting for the sequel.
Linda Roberti
Feb 22, 2018 rated it really liked it
Really good read. I liked the way the author spun his web and introduced what he saw AI doing. The possibility of what it can do is creepy and creative.
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Great story

Interesting. Exciting. Fun. Page-turner. I really enjoyed this book and am eagerly looking forward to the promised sequel. Worth reading!
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