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Let's Ask AI explores philosophical questions through the lens of Artificial Intelligence. The brilliance of AI answers questions from centuries-old philosophy questions, ranging from existentialism, ethics, life, God, and more recent ideas of qualia and singularity. By approaching this subject matter philosophically, Let's Ask AI is accessible to those without a technical background or an interest in technology. A collection of conversations between AI and the authors, this book will leave you asking more questions than ever before! This is the first edition of the Let's Ask AI series.…mehr

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Let's Ask AI explores philosophical questions through the lens of Artificial Intelligence. The brilliance of AI answers questions from centuries-old philosophy questions, ranging from existentialism, ethics, life, God, and more recent ideas of qualia and singularity. By approaching this subject matter philosophically, Let's Ask AI is accessible to those without a technical background or an interest in technology. A collection of conversations between AI and the authors, this book will leave you asking more questions than ever before! This is the first edition of the Let's Ask AI series.


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Autorenporträt
Ingrid Seabra began her career as a credit risk analyst at Barclays Bank in London. After that, she worked as a statistician for the European Central Bank (ECB) in Germany. She then became a senior biostatistician at BIAL Pharmaceutical in Portugal and has been published in several scientific articles. Currently, Ingrid is an educator and consultant on statistics and mathematics and a researcher on artificial technology. In addition to writing about technology and education, she also writes children's books about her travels around the world with her family.