AI reading list: 8 interesting books about artificial intelligence to check out

“These eight books about artificial intelligence cover a range of topics, including ethical issues, how AI is affecting the job market, and how organizations can use AI to gain a competitive advantage.

T-Minus AI

$19 AT AMAZON

The Alignment Problem

$25 AT AMAZON

Rise of the Robots

$13 AT AMAZON

Artificial Intelligence: A Guide for Thinking Humans

$18 AT AMAZON

AI Ethics

$14 AT AMAZON

The AI Advantage

$16 AT AMAZON

The Big Nine

$12 AT AMAZON

Artificial Intelligence: 101 Things You Must Know Today About Our Future

$19 AT AMAZON

These titles answer common questions about AI, discuss what current AI technologies businesses are using, how humans can lose control over AI, and more.”

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.techrepublic.com/google-amp/article/ai-reading-list-interesting-books-about-artificial-intelligence-to-check-out/?client=safari

WSP 152 — A Crash Course in Artificial Intelligence

“Everything you wanted to know about artificial intelligence (AI) but were afraid to ask! AI, inspired by our understanding of how the human brain learns and processes information, has given rise to powerful techniques known as neural networks and deep learning. This workshop will provide a high-level overview of these and other artificial intelligence techniques. Through pre-built hands-on exercises, we will discuss how current AI platforms compare with how the brain works, how systems actually “learn,” and how to build and apply neural networks. We will also discuss the societal and ethical issues surrounding the real-world applications of neural networks. By the end of the course, students will understand how AI techniques work so they can: (1) converse with neural network practitioners and companies; (2) critically evaluate AI news stories and technologies; and (3) consider what the future of AI can hold and what barriers need to be overcome with current neural network models. This workshop is ideal for product managers who interact with data scientists, software engineers who wish for more AI exposure, and anyone in the general public who wants to know how current AI works.
Ronjon Nag, Interdisciplinary Fellow, Stanford Distinguished Careers Institute; Fellow, Stanford Center for the Study of Language and Information; Founder and Managing Partner, R42 Group

Ronjon Nag has invented and deployed artificial intelligence systems for over three decades. He received a PhD in engineering from Cambridge, an MS from MIT, and the IET Mountbatten Medal, and he was a Harkness Fellow at Stanford. Companies he has co-founded or advised have been sold to Motorola, BlackBerry, and Apple.”

https://continuingstudies.stanford.edu/courses/professional-and-personal-development/a-crash-course-in-artificial-intelligence/20194_WSP-152

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE:
IMPLICATIONS FOR BUSINESS STRATEGY

“Gain the knowledge and confidence to support the integration of AI into your organization.

YOU’LL WALK AWAY WITH:

1 – A practical grounding in artificial intelligence (AI) and its business applications, equipping you with the knowledge and confidence you need to transform your organization into an innovative, efficient, and sustainable company of the future.

2 – The ability to lead informed, strategic decision-making and augment business performance by integrating key AI management and leadership insights into the way your organization operates.

3 – A powerful dual-perspective from two MIT schools – the MIT Sloan School of Management and the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory – offering you a sound conceptual understanding of AI technologies through a business lens.”

https://executive-education-online.mit.edu/presentations/lp/mit-artificial-intelligence-online-short-course/?

Socratic is Google’s new AI studying tool for students – 9to5Google

  • “Searching on Google.com is one way to find answers, but the company now offers a more dedicated lookup experience catered towards learning. Last year, Google acquired mobile learning app Socratic and is today relaunching it with “Google AI.”
  • Google AI is being leveraged with dedicated algorithms that break down Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, History, and Literature problems, with Socratic also having the ability to simplify concepts into smaller, easier-to-understand lessons.”

https://www.google.com/amp/s/9to5google.com/2020/02/17/socratic-by-google/amp/