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[read ebook] You Look Like a Thing and I Love You: How

Artificial Intelligence Works and Why It's Making the World a

Weirder Place [EBOOK]


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Intelligence Works and Why It's Making the World a Weirder Place [EBOOK]

[read ebook] You

Look Like a Thing

and I Love You:

How Artificial

Intelligence

Works and Why

It's Making the

World a Weirder

Place [EBOOK]

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One of the most anticipated books of the fall! - Adam Grant, Ars Technica

, Philadelphia Inquirer, Next Big Idea Club, BookPage'If you're

terrified that artificial intelligence is going to take over the world,

you clearly haven't asked a computer to write pick-up lines, name pets,

or do anything else social or creative. Janelle Shane has, and she's the

perfect tour guide to explain what machine learning can and can't do--

and why it's already affecting your life. I can't think of a better way

to learn about artificial intelligence, and I've never had so much fun

along the way.'―Adam Grant,New York Times bestselling author of

Originals'While everyone else is making questionable predictions about

the future of AI, Janelle Shane cuts through the fog by telling you how

AI actually works. And even better: she makes it fun!'―Zach Weinersmith

, creator ofSaturday Morning Breakfast Cereal andNew York Times

bestselling author ofSoonish'An incredibly accessible, informative, and

hilarious look at how the AIs deciding things around us operate.'―Ryan

North,New York Timesbestselling author ofHow to Invent Everything

'What better way to explain AI than through examples of what it can and

cannot do? Shane is an expert at this and fills the book with hilarious

AI experiments as well as a bunch of complementary, charming cartoons.

Her writing style is also so approachable that anybody, not just the

engineer-minded or the tech-savvy, can understand the often abstract

concepts she details.'―Ars Technica'This accessible guide to AI and

machine learning cuts through the techno-hype... You Look Like a Thing

and I Love You should be essential reading.'―Booklist'AI, AI, AI,

that's all you hear... but what is it, really? Why should we care? And

why is it driving so much innovation, remaking our world seemingly day

by day? Shane is a computer scientist and a great guide.'―Philadelphia

Inquirer'An accessible primer... illustrated with charming cartoons,

oddball case studies (self-driving cars in Australia were confused by

kangaroos), and wry observations about the often-hilarious failures of

artificial intelligence to comprehend human contexts.'―Publishers

Weekly'If you're worried about what AI is doing to the world, this book

may not exactly reassure you, but it will definitely equip you with

greater understanding. Recommended for anyone who wants to better

comprehend the strengths and limitations of artificial intelligence, but


also for anyone who likes watching computers fail hilariously.'―

Gretchen McCulloch,New York Timesbestselling author ofBecause Internet

'Janelle Shane has hit the trifecta--the most hilarious, most

educational, and overall best explanation of artificial intelligence

ever written (and drawn).'―Eric Topol, author ofDeep Medicine: How

Artificial Intelligence Can Make Healthcare Human Again Read more

Janelle Shane has a PhD in electrical engineering and a master's in

physics. At aiweirdness.com, she writes about artificial intelligence

and the hilarious and sometimes unsettling ways that algorithms get

human things wrong. She was named one of Fast Company's 100 Most

Creative People in Business and is a 2019 TED Talks speaker. Her work

has appeared in the New York Times, Slate, The New Yorker, The Atlantic,

Popular Science, and more. She is almost certainly not a robot. Read

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