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A Modern Approach, 3e offers the most comprehensive, up-to-date introduction to the theory and practice of artificial intelligence. Number one in its field, this textbook is ideal for one or two-semester, undergraduate or graduate-level courses in Artificial Intelligence. Peter Norvig, contributing Artificial Intelligence author and Professor Sebastian Thrun, a Pearson author are offering a free online course at Stanford University on artificial niteligencia.
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For computer professionals, linguists, and cognitive scientists interested in artificial intelligence. Stuart Russell was born in in Portsmouth, England.
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He received russel B. He then inteligenciq the faculty of the University of California at Berkeley, where he is a professor of computer science, director of the Center for Intelligent Systems, and holder of the Smith—Zadeh Chair in Engineering. He has published over papers on a wide range of topics in artificial intelligence. Studies in Limited Rationality. He received a B. He has been a professor at the University of Southern California and a research faculty member at Berkeley.
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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Edition for most purposes. Since this version of the book is for the Indian market, I was a bit worried about the potential differences from the U. But after doing a first-hand comparison, I found a LOT more similarities than differences. The biggest difference is the absence of the last two chapters.
Chapter 26, “Philosophical Foundations”, which covers arguments over consciousness in machines and the possibility of robot uprisings; and Chapter 27, “AI: These two chapters are interesting, but I wouldn’t call them core material, so I’m not surprised they got left out.
Other than that, the differences are astonishingly minor. The chapters are unnumbered, and some of them swapped places for no reason, but all the content from chapters 1 through 25 is here, plus the russep appendixes. The ONLY edits to the text are removals of cross-chapter references. Again, those are the ONLY edits.
All the other sentences are the same. The equations are the same. The diagrams are the same. The exercises at the end of each chapter are the same. In short, if you can do without those last two chapters, buy this version and save your money.
When this book first arrived, I had a lot of buyer’s remorse. I wanted something to read on the side, not as a textbook for a class I’m taking or anything like that. I wasn’t expecting it to be this big. How could I possibly read all this? However, it’s big for a reason.
Onteligencia book is filled with every possible thing you might want to know in the field of AI. It is all-encompassing from what I’ve seen. It also explains things very well in my opinion. You can clearly go through it, and although the math might need some note-taking, the book generally makes it easy for you to understand with examples.
If you want to start delving into AI, machine learning, etc, but feel daunted about all the different crazy terms they use adverserial networks, loss functions, overfitting, etc. It certainly did for me Chapter This is the best introductory review to Artificial Intelligence on the market. It’s very well written and organized.
There are other books that are better for focusing on one particular aspect of AI, but as a general book this is the best I’ve seen. If you are looking for a really russeel introductory textbook to AI that does not completely dumb things down, buy this book.
Most of the negative comments about this book come from people stating that it’s not a big enough update from the prior edition. While it’s true that the entire field of AI has not been completely updated since the last edition, it’s also not the case that this book comes out with new editions with the frequency of some Calculus or Economics textbooks where new editions seem to come out purely to ensure students can’t buy a used book artificual the course.
The updates are substantial. Whether the new edition gives you enough extra to want to buy it if you own the old edition is a decision only you can make for yourself after spending some time at the website for the book aima.
The Kindle conversion of this book is absolutely horrendous. I prefer to buy electronic copies of books if possible so I don’t have to carry a heavy hard copy around since I often read while commuting. Fortunately a friend of mine had bought a Kindle copy of the book and I was able to see how bad it was and I bought the hard copy. I recently got an email telling me Amazon was sending out an updated version of the Kindle version of Steve Job’s biography because the conversion hadn’t been done properly.
They really need to do that for this book. Once done it may be a good idea to state on the website that artificil Kindle conversion has been fixed.
Great content, but terrible job done by publisher. Horrible printing, like from a decades-old copy machine — many missing and blotched parts of the text. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. So far this book is wonderful. I greatly, greatly wish I had bought the physical book. The ebook is so, unbelievably bad. It’s basically just a scan of the actual book. You have no control over the font or russsel colors. I have to zoom in just to be able to read it. It shouldn’t be sold as an ebook if this is the quality they are pushing.
The book itself is 5 stars, but the ebook is 1. If I norrvig return the ebook and get the paperback, I would.