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16 Books to Transform yourself into Artificial Intelligence World

16 Books to Transform yourself into Artificial Intelligence World
Artificial Intelligence can be a mimic of human intelligence with math but to build into a world of AI, we need a few extra things to stand around.

Yes, a life inside AI is what we are slowly entering into. Obviously, we are not going to struggle as we are ought to learn the new pathway.

But, Education and Enthusiasm keeps us moving forward. Books are greatest source that is very rarely used nowadays.

Books make our real-life to melt inside a concept so, AI would be better understood with reading books.

Also, we need concepts of life with math, Data science of the world and How a Machine as a human learns with every new dimension.

One thing for sure, we will be exploring more minds with the iteration of dimensions we will be playing around with AI.

To learn Artificial Intelligence, we need to understand our life with data or math and also apply them real-time with evolving nature of data, we can predict makes way to data science and machine learning following it to deep learning as data increases into new layers grows the world of AI.

Here we go, the top 16 books to make you ready in possible aspects of your life into AI.

1. Life 3.0 by Max Tegmark;

2. The Master Algorithm by Pedro Domingos;

3. Deep Medicine by Eric Topol;

4. Prediction Machines by Ajay Agrawal, Joshua Gans, and Avi Goldfarb;

5. Ai Superpowers by Kai-fu Lee;

6. Machine Learning Refined by Jeremy Watt, Reza Borhani and Aggelos K. Katsagellos;

7. The Book Of Why by Judea Pearl And Dana Mackenzie;

8. Weapons Of Math Destruction by Cathy O'Neil;

9. Singularity is Near by Ray Kurzweil;

10. Superintelligence by Nick Bostrom;

11. The Diamond Age by Neal Stephenson;

12. Machine Learning With Random Forests And Decision Trees by Scott Hartshorn;

13. The Rise of the Robots by Martin Ford;

14. Profiles Of The Future by Arthur C. Clarke;

15. The Second Machine Age by Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee;

16. Franchise by Isaac Asimov;

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