Artificial Intelligence in Byte-sized Chunks

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Description

Artificial intelligence is headline news with the launch of the latest ChatGPT and Google Gemini. But when did we start making computers mimic the human mind? And what is the reality of the capabilities of AI now, and in the future?

AI has always stirred emotions, and caused great excitement as well as great concern. Since the launch of large language models such as ChatGPT, the scope and capabilities of AI look set to transform our technology, in both good and bad ways. AI can help teach us how to write better or help us generate amazing artworks. But in the wrong hands, AI can create fake images and fake information that can be used to damage our societies. A new addition to the popular Bite-sized Chunks series, this expert-led book will explore how AI has developed from humble beginnings in the 1950s to today’s extraordinary AIs that have more neurons than the human brain. Focusing on specific AIs and their creators over the years, it explains the science and engineering behind each AI, discusses ethical issues and covers all the most fascinating information about one of the most important and contentious developments in human technology (including the latest on generative AI/ChatGPT), as well as what we can expect to see in the future of this field – all in short, accessible bite-sized chunks.

Product Details

Price
£12.99  £12.34
Publisher
Michael O'Mara Books Ltd
Publish Date
Language
English
Type
Hardback
EAN/UPC
9781789296563
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