An important and very accessible introduction to the field, the real world ai is a must-have for anyone interested in the computational study of intelligence. Its scope ranges from the theoretical foundations of intelligence to state-of-the-art algorithms for intelligent agents embedded in task environments. It covers everything from heuristic search methods to informed information management, with an emphasis on how they are implemented in a wide variety of algorithms for problem-solving and planning.
The authors write from a deep and complimentary set of experiences in the industry. They give a pervasively practical tone to the book, which is replete with helpful graphs and worksheets, and infused with a spirit of demystification. They are also sensitive to the ethical implications of AI development, addressing the need to integrate team cross-functionality and the vigilant policing of the encoding of unintentional bias.
The Human Side of AI: Andrew Tate’s Real World Insights
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