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11 Best Books To Read On (AI) Artificial Intelligence

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AI (Artifical Intelligence) has been the stuff of dreams, and sometimes nightmares. We have come a long way in developing this innovative new technology in the last 10 years or so. Within the next 10 years, you can sure as hell bet that this new technology will grow and improve many aspects of our lives.

If you want to take a deep dive into AI, then these are the 11 best books to read.

#1 The Predictive Casino by Andrew W. Pearson

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The Predictive Casino is a casino that utilizes the latest technological developments to connect with its customers to deliver an exceptional personalized experience that will keep them coming back. Today, technology such as AI, Machine Learning, Augmented Reality, facial recognition, IoT, Real-time stream processing, social media, and wearables are altering the Customer Experience (CX) landscape and casino operators need to jump aboard this fast moving technology or run the risk of being left out in the cold.

The Predictive Casino reveals how these and other technologies can help shape the customer journey as well as provide insights into every facet of the business. The book details how the five types of analyticsโ€”descriptive, diagnostic, predictive, prescriptive, and edge analyticsโ€”affect not only the customer journey but also just about every department in a casino operation.

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Contributors: Andrew Pearson from Intelligencia Limited

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#2 Machines of Loving Grace by John Markoff

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John Markoff a journalist, that offers a detailed and rich history of the field of Robotics and artificial intelligence. Emphasis on how society is integrated with the automation. Markoff explores the views of the designers behind these machines and also the self-contradictory nature of the potentialities of this new technical school. He states: โ€œThe same technologies that reach the intellectual power of humans will displace them as wellโ€.

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Contributors: Prafulla Prasad from CoolTechnoSpy

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#3 How to Create a Mind by Ray Kurzweil

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Ray Kurzweil was arguably accountable for popularizing the concept of the technological singularity.In which, abundant to the hopes of sun-deprived dreamers all over that the top was nigh for a super-intelligence would eventually emerge out of a self-improving runaway reaction.

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Contributors: Prafulla Prasad from CoolTechnoSpy

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#4 The Fourth Age by Byron Reese

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The premise of the book is that there have been four ages of innovation since the dawn of man. In this order, they are:

  • Fire
  • Agricultural
  • The wheel
  • And now, AI

We are now entering the fourth age and it will impact mankind as much or similarly as the first three. It's a pretty big claim, but Reese is also a proponent (it seems to me) that machines will not take over jobs, just create new ones - as was the case in the first three ages. As it relates to the business I am in, I believe AI is empowering and elevating roles, like those held by recruiters for instance, and allowing people to do more impactful work that they enjoy.

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Contributors: Paul Harty from Sevenstep

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#5 The Mathematical Corporation by Josh Sullivan & Angela Zutavern

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A book on how business leaders can adopt AI and advance their internal cultures to ensure the transition is successful.

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Contributors: Joseph P. Campbell from Booz Allen Hamilton

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#6 The Predictive Sports Book by Andrew W Pearson

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Today, technology such as AI, Machine Learning, Augmented Reality, IoT, Real-time stream processing, social media, psychometrics, and wearables are radically altering the Customer Experience (CX) landscape. Sports books need to jump aboard this fast moving technology or run the risk of being left behind by their competitors. The Predictive Sports Book is a sports betting company that utilizes the latest technological developments to connect with their customers while delivering an exceptional personalized experience to each and every one of them.

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Contributors: Andrew Pearson from Intelligencia Limited

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#7 The Predictive Airliner by Andrew W Pearson

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The Predictive Airliner is an airline that utilizes the latest technology to deliver an exceptional personalized experience to each and every passenger. Today, technology such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Augmented Reality, IoT, Real-time stream processing, social media, streaming analytics and wearables are altering the Customer Experience (CX) landscape and airlines need to jump aboard this fast moving technology or run the risk of being left out in the cold.

The Predictive Airliner reveals how these and other technologies can help shape the customer journey. By utilizing AI, machine learning, and deep learning airlines can monitor the health of their airplanes, ensure employee satisfaction, and deliver an award-winning customer experience. Analytical processes like decision trees, k-means clustering, logistic regression, and neural networks are explained in detail, with specific use cases for the aviation industry. Edge analytics, sentiment analysis, clickstream analysis, and location analysis are seen through the customer intelligence lens to ensure passengers are treated in a personalized way that will increase their loyalty.

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Contributors: Andrew Pearson from Intelligencia Limited

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#8 The Predictive Retailer by Andrew W Pearson

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The Predictive Retailer is a retail company that utilizes the latest technological developments to deliver an exceptional personalized experience to each and every customer. Today, technology such as AI, Machine Learning, Augmented Reality, IoT, Real-time stream processing, social media, and wearables are altering the Customer Experience (CX) landscape and retailers need to jump aboard this fast moving technology or run the risk of being left out in the cold. The Predictive Retailer reveals how these and other technologies can help shape the customer journey. The book details how the five types of analyticsโ€”descriptive, diagnostic, predictive, prescriptive, and edge analyticsโ€”affect not only the customer journey but also just about every operating function of the retailer.

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Contributors: Andrew Pearson from Intelligencia Limited

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#9 Artificial Intelligence: The Basics by Kevin Warwick

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For anyone who has little to zero knowledge about Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence: The Basics by Kevin Warwick is a great introductory book. It is concise but tackles the most important issues including the blurring lines of intelligence between man and machine.

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Contributors: Nina Pineda from PodM2M

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#10 Life 3.0 by Max Tegmark

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I would recommend โ€œLife 3.0โ€ by Max Tegmark, because it covers a lot of the risks of A.I., and gives you a framework for thinking about A.I. in comparison to life and brains. It also helps you understand where the field currently is, and how researchers in the field understand the current status of research.

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Contributors: Micah Redding from Christian Transhumanist Association

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#11 The Field Guide to Data Science by Booz Allen

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This book is a great explainer for the underlying principles that enable AI.

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Contributors: Joseph P. Campbell from Booz Allen Hamilton

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