- Index hide1 Forecasts from the IDC consultancy say that the income of the AI market in 2023 will break the barrier of 400 billion euros.
Forecasts from the IDC consultancy say that the income of the AI market in 2023 will break the barrier of 400 billion euros.
More than 40% of consumers believe that artificial intelligence improves their lives in some way.
The artificial intelligence industry is expected to be worth $190 billion by 2025.
“Artificial Intelligence Basics: A Non-Technical Introduction” is a book that has become an excellent tool for those who seek to understand the bases that make the use and application of artificial intelligence (AI) so attractive.
The book is divided into three parts: the first focuses on the definition of AI, its objectives and its history; the second focuses on the key concepts of AI, such as machine learning, computer vision, natural language processing, among others; while the third part focuses on how AI is already revolutionizing different industries and positioning itself, step by step, in the worldwide operation of many companies ranging from banking to medicine.
One of the strengths of this book is the way the author presents the information in an accessible way for those without prior knowledge of the subject. The author explains the complex concepts of this type of technology in a clear and simple way, using analogies and concrete examples to illustrate his ideas. In addition, it is full of graphs and diagrams that help to visualize the concepts clearly and effectively.
Another positive aspect of the book is that Tom Taulli focuses on the impact that AI is having in different industries. By including real cases and concrete examples, the author allows the reader to understand in a clearer and more tangible way how AI is transforming different sectors and how it is affecting people’s daily lives.
The book also strives to be neutral in its presentation of AI concepts and technology, avoiding being biased or overly optimistic or pessimistic. This allows the reader to form their own opinion about AI and its impact on society.
However, some readers may feel that the book focuses too much on the basics and doesn’t go deep enough into some of the more advanced aspects of AI. Also, although the author has made an effort to include real and relevant examples, some readers may feel that these examples are not detailed or specific enough.
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