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

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...
Empire: A New History of the World
Empire: A New History of the World

A dazzling new history of the world told through the ten major empires of human civilization.

Eminent historian Paul Strathern opens the story of Empire with the Akkadian civilization, which ruled over a vast expanse of the region of ancient Mesopotamia, then turns to the immense Roman Empire,...

Making Smart Cities More Playable: Exploring Playable Cities (Gaming Media and Social Effects)
Making Smart Cities More Playable: Exploring Playable Cities (Gaming Media and Social Effects)

This book explores the ways in which the broad range of technologies that make up the smart city infrastructure can be harnessed to incorporate more playfulness into the day-to-day activities that take place within smart cities, making them not only more efficient but also more enjoyable for the people who live and work within their...

Understand, Manage, and Prevent Algorithmic Bias: A Guide for Business Users and Data Scientists
Understand, Manage, and Prevent Algorithmic Bias: A Guide for Business Users and Data Scientists

Are algorithms friend or foe?

The human mind is evolutionarily designed to take shortcuts in order to survive. We jump to conclusions because our brains want to keep us safe. A majority of our biases work in our favor, such as when we feel a car speeding in our direction is dangerous and we instantly move, or when we...

Mindful Design: How and Why to Make Design Decisions for the Good of Those Using Your Product
Mindful Design: How and Why to Make Design Decisions for the Good of Those Using Your Product

Learn to create seamless designs backed by a responsible understanding of the human mind. This book examines how human behavior can be used to integrate your product design into lifestyle, rather than interrupt it, and make decisions for the good of those that are using your product. 

Mindful Design...

Foundations of Libvirt Development: How to Set Up and Maintain a Virtual Machine Environment with Python
Foundations of Libvirt Development: How to Set Up and Maintain a Virtual Machine Environment with Python
Discover the essential concepts of libvirt development and see how to interface to Linux virtualization environments, such as QEMU/KVM, XEN, Virtuozzo, VMWare ESX, LXC, Bhyve, and more. This book will prepare you to set up and maintain a virtual machine environment.

You'll start by reviewing
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Modelling Metabolism with Mathematica
Modelling Metabolism with Mathematica
With the advent of sophisticated general programming environments like Mathematica, the task of developing new models of metabolism and visualizing their responses has become accessible to students of biochemistry and the life sciences in general. Modelling Metabolism with Mathematica presents the approaches, methods, tools, and algorithms...
Artificial Intelligence for Big Data: Complete guide to automating Big Data solutions using Artificial Intelligence techniques
Artificial Intelligence for Big Data: Complete guide to automating Big Data solutions using Artificial Intelligence techniques

Build next-generation artificial intelligence systems with Java

Key Features

  • Implement AI techniques to build smart applications using Deeplearning4j
  • Perform big data analytics to derive quality insights using Spark MLlib
  • Create self-learning systems using...
Maple and Mathematica: A Problem Solving Approach for Mathematics
Maple and Mathematica: A Problem Solving Approach for Mathematics
In the history of mathematics there are many situations in which calculations were performed incorrectly for important practical applications. Let us look at some examples, the history of computing the number π began in Egypt and Babylon about 2000 years BC, since then many mathematicians have calculated π (e.g.,...
The Retinal Müller Cell: Structure and Function (Perspectives in Vision Research)
The Retinal Müller Cell: Structure and Function (Perspectives in Vision Research)
The human brain contains more than a billion neurons which interconnect to form networks that process, store, and recall sensory information. These neuronal activities are supported by a group of accessory brain cells coll- tively known as neuroglia. Surprisingly, glial cells are ten times more - merous than neurons, and occupy more than half...
Financial Modelling in Python (The Wiley Finance Series)
Financial Modelling in Python (The Wiley Finance Series)

"Fletcher and Gardner have created a comprehensive resource that will be of interest not only to those working in the field of finance, but also to those using numerical methods in other fields such as engineering, physics, and actuarial mathematics. By showing how to combine the high-level elegance, accessibility, and flexibility of...

The Astronaut Maker: How One Mysterious Engineer Ran Human Spaceflight for a Generation
The Astronaut Maker: How One Mysterious Engineer Ran Human Spaceflight for a Generation
One of the most elusive and controversial figures in NASA’s history, George W. S. Abbey was called “the Dark Lord,” “the Godfather,” and “UNO”—short for unidentified NASA official. He was said to be secretive, despotic, a Space Age Machiavelli. Yet Abbey had more influence...
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