24 Free ebooks On Artificial Intelligence!


Here we bring to you an awesome collection of 24 brilliant ebooks on Artificial Intelligence for robotics engineers and aspirants!

1. Computers and Thought: A practical Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

Author/s: Mike Sharples, et al.

Publisher: A Bradford Book, 1989

The purpose of this text is to help readers with small or no background in computing to cognitive science and artificial intelligence (AI). It focuses on the psychological, philosophical and social effects of artificial intelligence.

2. The World and Mind of Computation and Complexity

Author/s: Gregg Schaffter

Publisher: Smashwords, 2013

With the increasing developments in technology, the research of creating human-like intelligence in artificial form which can be self-aware and can act like humans. This textbook explores how close we are to creating a true artificially intelligent being.

3. Virtual Reality: Human Computer Interaction

Author/s: Xin-Xing Tang (ed.)

Publisher: InTech, 2012

Virtual reality has a major effect on information organization and management and even changes design principle of information systems, which will make it adapt to application requirements. The book aims to provide a broader perspective of virtual reality.

4. The Age of Intelligent Machines

Author/s: Ray Kurzweil

Publisher: The MIT Press, 1992

The author of the book Raymond Kurzweil, a visionary computer scientist discusses the past, present, and future scenario and scope of artificial intelligence starting right from its initial philosophical and mathematical roots to tempting glimpses of 21st-century machines with superior intelligence.

5. Artificial Intelligence: Foundations of Computational Agents

Author/s: David Poole, Alan Mackworth

Publisher: Cambridge University Press, 2010

The book talks about the science of artificial intelligence, it brings out AI as the study of designing the intelligent computational agents. Structured as a textbook, this book serves to a wide variety of readers including professionals and researchers.

6. Mathematical Linguistics

Author/s: Andras Kornai

Publisher: Springer, 2010

The book intends to introduce the mathematical foundations of linguistics into computer science, engineering, and mathematics. The book projects linguistics as a progressive body of knowledge from the ground up. It does not requires the users to have any prior knowledge about linguistics.

7. Fault Detection

Author/s: Wei Zhang

Publisher: InTech, 2010

Fault diagnosis technology is a synthetic technology, which relates to several subjects: modern control theory, reliability theory, mathematical statistics, fussy set theory, information handling, pattern recognition and artificial intelligence.

8. Multiagent Systems: Algorithmic, Game-Theoretic, and Logical Foundations

Author/s: Yoav Shoham, Kevin Leyton-Brown

Publisher: Cambridge University Press, 2008

Multiagent systems consist of multiple autonomous entities having different information and diverging interests. This comprehensive introduction to the field offers a computer science perspective, but also draws on ideas from game theory.

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