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        Robert Laffont
        EAN : 9782221221105
        Shaping : BROCHE
        Pages : 288
        Size : 1 x 215 mm
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        The Beautiful History of Intelligence

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        Collection : La Plus belle histoire
        Release date : 18/10/2018
        A dialogue between an eminent professor at the College de France and the inventor of “deep learning” that takes a fascinating trip through the most important stages of the history of intelligence.
        It emerged quietly, in the dark of time, developed through the thread of evolution and has exploded with the human species. It is due to this mysterious intelligence that we have invented everything: tools, language, writing, art, education, science, and the ability to wonder about our own existence. Today, for... It emerged quietly, in the dark of time, developed through the thread of evolution and has exploded with the human species. It is due to this mysterious intelligence that we have invented everything: tools, language, writing, art, education, science, and the ability to wonder about our own existence. Today, for the first time, the human brain can analyze and visualize its own functioning. It can also transfer its intelligence to machines capable of learning and acting autonomously.

        In a fascinating, accessible dialogue, two world-renowned experts in intelligence recount this journey and wonder about the future. One, a neurobiologist, deciphers intelligence by observing the human brain in action. The other seeks to reproduce it by devising artificial neurons.

        The authors ask dizzying questions: Is there really an unsurpassable specificity to humanity? Are art, beauty, and the ability to improvise, anticipate, and get along with others within reach of the immaterial mind? Will artificial intelligence surpass us? You will not find fiction or speculation here, but rather rigorous facts described by marvelous minds. They map out a new stage in our evolution: the possible dawn of our successor, Machina Sapiens.

        Reading such a book just might make you more intelligent, and will radically change the way we look at ourselves.
         
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        EAN : 9782221221105
        Shaping : BROCHE
        Pages : 288
        Size : 1 x 215 mm
        Robert Laffont