30-Second AI and Robotics : 50 key notions, characters, fields and events in the rise of intelligent machines, each explained in half a minuts

Luis DE MIRANDA (Editor), Sofia CEPPI (Contributor), Neha KHETRAPAL (Contributor), Ayse KUCUKYLIMAZ (Contributor), Pedro U. LIMA (Contributor), Andreas MATTHIAS (Contributor), Lisa McNULTY (Contributor), David RICKMANN (Contributor), Mario VERDICCHIO (Contributor)

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Abstract

This comprehensive presentation of the core concepts and historical landmarks in robotics and artificial intelligence is a must-read for those who want to understand the important changes happening now in our everyday lives, in the workplace, and in our minds and bodies. What is deep in "deep learning"? Can artificial intelligence really think? What will robots really look like in the near future? Is there a new class divide between those who understand technology and those who fear it? A clear and exhaustive introduction for non-specialists, 30-Second AI & Robotics will help the reader to navigate the world of ubiquitous computers, smart cities, and collaborative robots. At last, an optimistic and friendly book about our human possibilities in the time of automata.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherIvy Press
ISBN (Print)9781782405474
ISBN (Electronic)9781782407935
Publication statusPublished - 14 Mar 2019

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Bibliographical note

Dr. Andreas Matthias contributed the following entries:
The Golem & Magic (p.14)Issac Asimov (p. 23)
HAL 9000 in 2001: A Space Odyssey (p. 24)
The Turing Test (p. 34)
Alan Turing (p. 39)
Embodied AI & Cognition (p. 46)
Can Machines think? (p. 50)
Chat Bots (p. 92)
Can Machines have common sense? (p. 96)
Elon Musk (p. 111)
Mind Uploading (p. 114)
Transhumanism & Singularity (p. 116)
The Three Laws of Robotics (p. 144)
Extended minds (p. 146)
Hubert Dreyfus (p. 149)

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DE MIRANDA, L. (Ed.), CEPPI, S., KHETRAPAL, N., KUCUKYLIMAZ, A., LIMA, P. U., MATTHIAS, A., ... VERDICCHIO, M. (2019, Mar 14). 30-Second AI and Robotics : 50 key notions, characters, fields and events in the rise of intelligent machines, each explained in half a minuts. Ivy Press.
DE MIRANDA, Luis (Editor) ; CEPPI, Sofia ; KHETRAPAL, Neha ; KUCUKYLIMAZ, Ayse ; LIMA, Pedro U. ; MATTHIAS, Andreas ; McNULTY, Lisa ; RICKMANN, David ; VERDICCHIO, Mario. / 30-Second AI and Robotics : 50 key notions, characters, fields and events in the rise of intelligent machines, each explained in half a minuts. 2019. Ivy Press.
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