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Artificial Intelligence By Example: Develop machine intelligence from scratch using real artificial intelligence use cases

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Be an adaptive thinker that leads the way to Artificial Intelligence

Key Features

  • AI-based examples to guide you in designing and implementing machine intelligence
  • Develop your own method for future AI solutions
  • Acquire advanced AI, machine learning, and deep learning design skills

Book Description

Artificial intelligence has the potential to replicate humans in every field. Artificial Intelligence By Example serves as a starting point for you to understand how AI is built, with the help of intriguing examples and case studies.

Artificial Intelligence By Example will make you an adaptive thinker and help you apply concepts to real-life scenarios. Using some of the most interesting AI examples, right from a simple chess engine to a cognitive chatbot, you will learn how to tackle the machine you are competing with. You will study some of the most advanced machine learning models, understand how to apply AI to blockchain and IoT, and develop emotional quotient in chatbots using neural networks.

You will move on to designing AI solutions in a simple manner rather than get confused by complex architectures and techniques. This comprehensive guide will be a starter kit for you to develop AI applications on your own.

By the end of this book, will have understood the fundamentals of AI and worked through a number of case studies that will help you develop your business vision.

What you will learn

  • Use adaptive thinking to solve real-life AI case studies
  • Rise beyond being a modern-day factory code worker
  • Acquire advanced AI, machine learning, and deep learning designing skills
  • Learn about cognitive NLP chatbots, quantum computing, and IoT and blockchain technology
  • Understand future AI solutions and adapt quickly to them
  • Develop out-of-the-box thinking to face any challenge the market presents

Who This Book Is For

Artificial Intelligence by Example is a simple, explanatory, and descriptive guide for junior developers, experienced developers, technology consultants, and those interested in AI who want to understand the fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence and implement it practically by devising smart solutions. Prior experience with Python and statistical knowledge is essential to make the most out of this book.

Table of Contents

  1. Become an Adaptive Thinker
  2. Think Like a Machine
  3. Apply Machine Thinking to a Human Problem
  4. Become an Unconventional Innovator
  5. Manage the Power of Machine Learning and Deep Learning
  6. Don't Get Lost in Techniques – Focus on Optimizing Your Solutions
  7. When and How to Use Artificial Intelligence
  8. Revolutions Designed for Some Corporations and Disruptive Innovations for Small to Large Companies
  9. Getting Your Neurons to Work
  10. Applying Biomimicking to Artificial Intelligence
  11. Conceptual Representation Learning
  12. Automated Planning and Scheduling
  13. AI and the Internet of Things (IoT)
  14. Optimizing Blockchains with AI
  15. Cognitive NLP Chatbots
  16. Improve the Emotional Intelligence Deficiencies of Chatbots
  17. Quantum Computers That Think
  18. Appendix - Answers to the Questions
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