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AI Books and Films recommendations
To deepen and reflect
We have prepared for you a list of books and films on artificial intelligence.
Knowing the concepts and knowing how AI technologies work can make you a differentiated professional, prepared to lead innovative projects.
Check it out and enjoy the weekend to enjoy the contents:
Final Jeopardy. The Story of Watson, the Computer that will transform our World Stephen Baker 2011. Recommended by Marco Lauria
The "charming and terrifying" story of IBM's discovery in artificial intelligence, by Business Week's technology writer and author of The Numerati. In the book you will find dreams and challenges that happened for centuries, people dreamed of creating a machine that thinks like a human being, however, we see advances that will leave us terrified.
Cognitive IOT Navveen Balani 2015. Recommended by Marco Lauria
The Internet of Things is a vision in which each object has the potential to connect to the Internet and provide its data to gain insights on its own. Cognitive computing are systems designed to make computers think and learn like the human brain. Let's understand how such a system is trained on a set of information or data, so it can understand the context and help make informed decisions.
Deep Thinking. Where machine intelligence ends and Human creativity Begins Garry
Kasparov 2017. Recommended by Marco Lauria
Garry Kasparov's 1997 chess match against the IBM Deep Blue supercomputer was a watershed in the history of technology. It was the dawn of a new era in artificial intelligence: a machine capable of defeating the reigning human champion in this brain game. In this groundbreaking book, Kasparov reveals his surprising side of the story for the first time.
Ex-Machinaexplores another side of the AI
Last name on the list is Ex-Machina, a 2015 British film written and directed by Alex Garland. The work is one that will leave you intrigued at the end of the screening, as it raises a number of ethical issues, as well as confusing (positively) even from a cinematographic point of view.
Have you ever watched "The Mitchell Family and the Machine Revolt" on Netflix?
A teenager embarks on a journey with her proud parents, younger brother and beloved dog to start her freshman year at college. But their plans to unite as a family soon come to a halt when the world's electronic devices revolt and quickly stage a robot apocalypse. Now, only the strange Mitchell family can save humanity.
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IV Congress of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence
Inspiring speakers, controversial debates and transformative ideas! Along 2 days, with 3 tracks per day, with many speakers who will share their knowledge on: Data Science, Machine Learning and predictive