Wolters Kluwer: Artificial Intelligence Everyday

Perhaps the most important reason I love summer is it always seems there is so much more time. Time for vacations and to read – to follow every little curiosity and association.

Back in university, they taught me a thing or two about artificial intelligence, the science of modelling human behavior in machines. So I picked up some books from “back in the day” (unfortunately, they didn’t teach us how to escape time). It brought me back to class where we learned about algorithms (really just a

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