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Artificial Intelligence A-Z: Learn How To Build An AI (udemy.com)

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As the tittle suggest I'm looking for a book about the history of AI. However, the kind of book I'm looking for should be different. Let me elaborate. I'm currently reading a book tittled "Hackers: Heroes of the computer revolution", by Steven Levy. It might sound offtopic, but the way this author writes is different. Instead of just telling facts, he shows the things and situations in a way that somehow let you "feel" how this guys (hackers) back in the fifties and sixties used to think. He also does several mentions about Marvin Minsky and Uncle John McCarthy when they were working at MIT. I just got fascinated! I somehow believe that reading a book written this way should help me and other people get more inlove with AI. So the kind of book I'm looking for, if exists, should show some stories and situation rather than pointing out simple facts or concepts like the different kind of learnings methods.

Vibhor Tyagi
Vibhor Tyagi 14 points
2 years ago

If you want to engineer AI machines, this course will set you up fine theoretically. Udemy has the best courses for anyone looking to engineer AI in the future.
~Vibhor Tyagi (Techie at Engineer.AI)