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人人都应该知道的人工智能

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 在《人人都应该知道的人工智能》这本书中,杰瑞•卡普兰用简洁的语言探讨了人工智能在未来几十年里可能带来的一些复杂的社会、法律和经济问题。
 《人人都应该知道的人工智能》这本书旨在为好奇的非技术读者提供一条捷径,一份扼要且易读的简介,让他们了解人工智能,以及这项重要技术在未来可能造成的影响。
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《人人都应该知道的人工智能》这本书对人工智能的发展与当下面临的迫切问题做了一个详尽的介绍与讨论,意义非凡。
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杰瑞•卡普兰在《人人都应该知道的人工智能》这本书中研究了人工智能的定义,回顾了它的发展史,探索了机器人技术、计算机视觉和语音识别技术的前言趋势。当卡普兰审视关于人工智能的哲学问题时,他解释了自己在人工智能是否可以思考,是否拥有自由意志、意识和情感方面的立场
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Paperback, 228 pages
Published June 14th 2018 by 浙江人民出版社 (first published 2016)
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Dani
You don't need to read both this book and "Humans Need Not Apply." They both cover the same topics. This book is essentially the cliffnotes version of "Humans Need Not Apply," so read one or the other according to how in dept you want to get. ...more
Ryan
May 29, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Overall, a good overview of AI. The first half or so of the book was a very useful 'for beginners, generally intelligent, but not computer scientists' introduction to the components of AI, how it works, what it does and doesn't do, why it is happening now, etc. The last 25-50% of the book was Kaplan's personal extrapolation about ethics and society with respect to AI, and a lot less valuable. In retrospect if I'd stopped reading right when that tangent started I probably would consider this a 5/ ...more
Laurence
Clear and succinct, exactly how an introduction should be. I've already read a few books on this topic but a couple of extra parts I'd not seen before (or remembered). ...more
Dale
Jan 28, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is a great overview of AI.

The first half of the book was a very useful introduction for non-computer scientists about how AI, works, what it does (and doesn't do), this history of AI and major players, etc.

The back half of the book was Kaplan's take on where AI is going as a futurist.

If you are interested in the topic and don't have time to read the whole thing, definitely read the first part.
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Ross Harrison
Jan 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
easily excessible without being dumbed down.

It's a quick read. Recommend for everyone.
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Ed Terrell
Aug 21, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2017

I’ve heard the ants laughing and have heard the synapses in a cats brain crackle and fire...

We are bound to anthropomorphize. We assume others who look and talk like us must also think and feel like us. Is this proof or do we need the extended Turing test? Kaplan does a fine job at reviewing the nature of AI as well as the effect of automation changing the nature of work. It suffices to say, that it is not necessary for a machine to actually have self awareness but if it acts like it does we may
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Greg
Dec 11, 2020 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
True to the title, Kaplan provides a brief introduction to AI, including some history, a few of the key technologies, and thoughts on the impact to our future.

The author does a good job of introducing AI without the pervasive overselling that we usually get (the robots taking over the world and harvesting our bodies for energy). He breaks down the broad field into some of the key components like computer vision and language processing. He points out what AI can do, but more importantly, what it
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Terry Tse
May 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book by Stanford professor and AI expert Jerry Kaplan offers a succinct and balanced introduction to this important field. He covers a wide range of topics from the history of AI, its philosophical debates and its wide-ranging impact on society, law, ethics and the economy. Professor Kaplan patiently explains that despite all the fanfare, the machine learning approach to AI has been around for decades, only advancing recently due to significant improvements in hardware and the wide availabi ...more
Gianluca Truda
Jun 08, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is not aimed at more technical readers, but instead offers a suitable background in AI principles and history, before speculating how AI is likely to influence society in coming decades.

If you have little to no background in AI/ML and are looking for a short read that will help you make career or policy decisions, then this would be a pretty good start. For readers interested in the more technical slant, Pedro Domingo’s The Master Algorithm is a better place to turn.

I was surprised by the
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Tanay Gupta
Dec 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Fascinating read - introduces AI concepts with extensive footnotes that can be used as a deeper dive into specific focus areas (e.g. how AI will impact law or Human Labor). After having taken an intro to AI course in Undergrad, I found that the book also entertains an audience with some technical background - particularly so, by equating the algorithm to a rational agent or discussing neural networks.

Highly recommend for anyone looking to learn the fundamentals of a buzzword that will likely hav
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M. Fatih Yegul
Oct 01, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
An easy mostly non-technical read for those who wonder what AI might bring to our lives. Author efficiently explains the history of the field and then provides a framework for the possible future impacts of AI applications. With extreme hypothetical examples, the readers are introduced to what might be lying ahead in the near or distant future with implications in economics, employment, law and more..
Sudhir Bharadhwaj
Jerry Kaplan brings in many different perspectives on AI. I had read this earlier book "Humans Need Not Apply" and came out very impressed his point of view. Anyone who wishes to understand AI broadly including imperatives for Humanity and Society at large will gain immensely by reading this book. There are serious questions on AI and Jerry handles it superbly without resorting to populist approach. ...more
Billy
Sep 29, 2018 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Went into the library on a whim today an grabbed the only book they had on AI. Pretty good considering! It succeeded in doing exactly what I hoped for: gave me a framework to think about AI through, got specific about various applications of it (watch out, lawyers!), provided strong caution when prognosticating the way in which AI will affect labor markets and extend wealth disparity, but then stopped short of giving credence to conspiracy theories that see this as the beginning of the end.
Stefano Pensabene
Mar 04, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The first half of the book is a good introduction to the world of Artificial Intelligence. In a clear language, it explains to the neophyte what AI is by giving a lot of examples in all the fields where it is used. The second half of the book is less convincing. It raises a number of issues, also ethical issues such as if a machine commits a crime can be held accountable for it, which seem to me too far fetched for the time being.
Tõnu Vahtra
I expected more insights from a book that focuses on state of AI in 2017, since I already knew most of the topics in the book I should assume that I know more than average person in these matters.

AI/singularity books take either the positive or negative approach (like end of humankind), this book would be situated more on the positive side.
Robin Jose
A good primer for the uninitiated.

This is not a technical book - it's more of a layman's overview. It serves that purpose well. Author discusses the issues, philosophical as well as social aspects well - however it could have been better to spend a chapter to describe what AI in terms of technology (without necessarily getting into code).
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Jeevan
Jan 07, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Brief intro to AI. If you are curious to learn about AI because of the hype about it Int he world, this book may be the one to consider. It will give an intro about history of AI, what has been so far. It is a non technical book
Kaspars Koo
Good introduction of AI for beginners.
I enjoyed most of the book but did not agree with all of the claims made. Then again, the author was very clear from the beginning that this is not a scientific book, but rather his opinions.
Laura Ostermeyer
May 11, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A decent intro to AI that's an easy read for anyone to understand and enjoy. ...more
Dex
Jun 02, 2017 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
If you're looking for anything other than a very wordy overview, look elsewhere. ...more
Peter Jacobs
Aug 14, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Nice overview of the development of AI and the current and future issues facing us, with some history and economics thrown in.
Kari Olfert
Oct 23, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I learnt a lot about AI, granted I knew very little going in.
sadiq
Mar 27, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
An excellent introduction to AI
Janice
Jun 06, 2018 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: audiobooks
Clear introduction to AI. I listened to the audiobook and replayed parts so I could digest them while multitasking.
Mark
Jun 18, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book is a good splash of cold water on the hype of "artificial intelligence" in the media and industry. ...more
Pupsi
Sep 16, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Good primer on AI
Aranya
If you need a primer on Artificial Intelligence, without any pompous bullshit, this is the book to pick.
Peter
Jan 24, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Well worth a read.
Omar El-mohri
Jun 06, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2019, audio-copy
A overview for non tech guys about AI and what to expect.
Fi
Dec 15, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Yep, AI 101
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