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The World and Mind of Computation and Complexity

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The World and Mind of Computation and Complexity
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ISBN-13: 9781301525171
Number of pages: 78

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With the increase in development of technology, there is research going into the development of human-like artificial intelligence that can be self-aware and act just like humans. This book explores the possibilities of artificial intelligence and how we may be close to developing a true artificially intelligent being.

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