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ANNAPOLIS, MD, USA, September 20, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Will Computers Revolt? Preparing for the Future of Artificial Intelligence book review copies are now available through the publisher and prepublication eBooks are also available at half price on the book website.
“Do you believe that future thinking machines are likely within our lifetimes?” After reading this book, the emphatic answer is, “Yes. Let’s get prepared!” Easy to read, well researched, provocative, and written in layman’s language by Charles J. Simon, a uniquely qualified, nationally-recognized computer software/hardware expert and neural network software pioneer. For those imagining the future directions of computer intelligent technology, this book gives readers an excellent place to start. Many real-world examples are included for the layman with enough technical detail for the computer expert.
“The march of technology will lead to computers with more processing power than the human brain, and sooner than most people think” says the author, Charles Simon. This book demonstrates intelligence in terms of a number of specific behaviors which are clearly necessary components of thinking and explains how each is not only possible in future computers, but inevitable. By analyzing intelligence in this way, it becomes obvious that computers with these abilities will appear to be intelligent entities.
Also, the book shows how these descendants of today's supercomputer applications will manifest intelligence when running on computers a million times faster than today’s. A concise logical argument is presented that various algorithms (such as those for speech-recognition, vision, simulation, goal-seeking and learning) which have limited scope today but will be combined across parallel-processing systems and will create the appearance of reasoned decision-making and cognizance in future machines.
“This future is inevitable,” Simon, said. “Each of the described components of intelligence will be developed to facilitate improvements to applications we are using today. For example, improvements in speech-recognition, searching, robotics and virtual reality will lead to many other components of intelligence for computers.”
"Will Computers Revolt? Preparing for the Future of Artificial Intelligence" a non-fiction, 5½”x8½”, 252 pages, 48 diagrams and illustrations, index, and glossary. Publisher, Future AI, email: publicity@futureAI.guru.
Hardcover: $39.95 ISBN: 978-1-7326872-2-6.
Paperback: $19.95 ISBN: 978-1-7326872-1-9.
eBook: $9.99 ISBN: 978-1-7326872-3-3.
Advance Review copies available, pre-sales now on Amazon, general distribution, 10/30/18. Website: http://willcomputersrevolt.com
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