"How will AI impact my job prospects? What should I study at school or university?"
"What will it mean for our lives if we can upload our minds to a computer?"
"Why do I have to read all those T's & C's pop-ups when I register on a site?"
"What's the big deal about AI anyway?"
If you, or someone close to you, are asking these types of questions, you should read Artificial Negligence.
Our world is changing, and the pace of that change is accelerating every day. From customer service chatbots to autonomous military drones, Artificial Intelligence is now automating or altering every aspect of our lives, and staying in control of it is becoming increasingly difficult. There are already frequent warning signs about the bleak future that we could face if we don't.
Artificial Negligence is designed to equip everyone with the knowledge they need to make a brighter AI future for our world.
Written in an accessible, balanced, light-hearted way, it is intended for those of you who wouldn't normally pick up a science or philosophy book. Using clear, and generally amusing, analogies and examples, it will ensure you can face the future with confidence and optimism.
Just like its author, this book doesn't take itself too seriously.