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4 Interesting Books On AI
A PwC study estimates that AI will contribute $15.7 trillion to the global economy by 2021. Let’s glance at a few interesting reads that can help you foresee more of this AI-driven future.
By Bernard Marr
Bernard Marr dives into the power of AI and how it is used by companies. He demonstrates practical application to issues faced by businesses globally via 50 case studies. Releasing in April’19.
By Thomas H. Davenport
Don’t go for the “moonshot”; look for the “low-hanging fruit”, is Davenport’s recommendation to companies. He explores AI technologies, offers a practical guide to using AI in business, and how companies can gain a competitive advantage with them in the real world.
By Kai-Fu Lee
This book features Dr. Kai-Fu Lee’s unique and thought-provoking tale of AI in US and China. He subtly throws caution to the Silicon Valley inhabitants of China’s emergence as an AI superpower in the future.
By Martin Ford
How will AI evolve? Martin Ford unveils answers with one-to-one interviews with 23 of the most experienced and brilliant minds in AI and robotics globally - a unique collection of perspectives on what AI may mean for the future.