The Age of Intelligent Machines

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MIT Press, 1990 - Computers - 565 pages
Stevie Wonder, who opens this programme, demonstrates machines that widen his creative universe ... a music synthesizer that talks and a machine that reads books aloud. The developer of both of these machines, Ray Kurzweil, explores technological frontiers and helps viewers understand the world of artificial intelligence (AI), and expert systems.

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User Review  - OpheliaAwakens - LibraryThing

This is a good introduction to AI for the layman. I read it in high school and this book got me into computer science. It can be a little hard to find but if you are interested in Kurzweil's work, this is the best place to start and not with his more recent books. Read full review

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