• Artificial Intelligence: Machine Learning and Data Science in the 21st Century

  • By: Victor Servings
  • Narrated by: Peter Prova
  • Length: 1 hr and 8 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (100 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Some things you will come across, as Ai sweeps all over the world and helps and threatens everyone at the same time:

  • The very definition of artificial intelligence.
  • Business opportunities that increase with the help of Ai.
  • How machine learning ties into all of this.
  • What neural networks are.
  • Robotics and their role in society.
  • The pros and cons of artificial intelligence.
  • Which kinds of Ai have already contributed to the way we accelerate our systems.
  • The main concepts of Ai and what they mean.
  • How they contribute to the job market.
  • What artificial intelligence can do in our daily lives.

There is so much more to it! Feed your curiosity and indulge yourself in the elaborate knowledge in this brief guide!

©2019 Victor Servings (P)2019 Victor Servings

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Interesting

It could have been a little longer, but it's okay. It makes it cheaper this way. Nice, 1-hour book about artificial intelligence. I got this book for a code or something. And I'm expressing my honest opinion. I give it 4 stars because the narrator was really good, but there were a few sentences I didn't get. The author could have formulated those a bit better. Good message, though, and yes, very important in 2019, artificial intelligence.

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This is the future

I am glad there are books like this out there. It shows with an almost unbiased opinion (yes, almost, not all the way) what the pros and cons are of AI and what we need to watch out for or take advantage of.

The author explains a lot about computers and data, but he keeps a generalized vision and an open mind, so that all aspects of these things are highlighted sufficiently. In this day and age, artificial intelligence is on the rise. It's in phones, computers, the internet, TV, and almost everywhere you look nowadays. Get yourself educated at least about the basics, is what I would say! Thanks, Victor.

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Very interesting

This was a very interesting and well written book. There was a lot of information in it although it was only one hour long.

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Cool

I knew ai was coming up more and more, and Andrew Yang has been preaching about it for months now. I't s good to know more about it.

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Nothing wrong with it

I liked this book. I was given it for free, but I was listening to it, and I thought the narrator did a great job. Great information. Great topic. All in all, nothing wrong with it.

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Loved it

In my eyes, it was just one of those books you can not really avoid. You can not ignore it, because it is one of the best on the market. I might become repetitive here, but that's just how I think of it.

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Book is great, narration is terrible.

Extremely poor narration that was robotic and monotone. Book was speed read with minimal pauses which made it hard to focus on the material.

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A good overview but lacking criticality

The text is a good overview of the state of AI and the potential for the future in the field. The narration was quite monotonous and could have used some different types of pauses and emphasis inflections.

However, there were some assumptions towards the end of the text particularly around how AI would help us exist in healthier environments. There was little reflection on the links between the exponential growth in data and the algorithmic processing of this. Which as of today produces more emissions than the Aerospace industry and is set to grow further.

But otherwise I found the text informative and simple to get engaged with.