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The Amazing Journey of Reason: from DNA to Artificial Intelligence (SpringerBriefs in Computer Science)

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Organisms, or organized, living, systems. What's their origin? Why and how did they evolve? The Amazing Journey of Reason analyses the evolution of complex structures in the universe -from the subatomic particles after the Big Bang onwards- in order to understand the emergence of today's interconnected society. Artificial Intelligence, it concludes, is just the final step Organisms, or organized, living, systems. What's their origin? Why and how did they evolve? The Amazing Journey of Reason analyses the evolution of complex structures in the universe -from the subatomic particles after the Big Bang onwards- in order to understand the emergence of today's interconnected society. Artificial Intelligence, it concludes, is just the final step of a journey which started with DNA, itself the first Information and Communication Technology devised by nature on planet earth. What we are living today is the formation of the distributed nervous system of a metaorganism, in which human beings are the cells. A reassuring environment for us, but one where each individual will count increasingly less. A hugely complex, world-wide organism which makes Homo, while more communicans, also increasingly less sapiens.


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Organisms, or organized, living, systems. What's their origin? Why and how did they evolve? The Amazing Journey of Reason analyses the evolution of complex structures in the universe -from the subatomic particles after the Big Bang onwards- in order to understand the emergence of today's interconnected society. Artificial Intelligence, it concludes, is just the final step Organisms, or organized, living, systems. What's their origin? Why and how did they evolve? The Amazing Journey of Reason analyses the evolution of complex structures in the universe -from the subatomic particles after the Big Bang onwards- in order to understand the emergence of today's interconnected society. Artificial Intelligence, it concludes, is just the final step of a journey which started with DNA, itself the first Information and Communication Technology devised by nature on planet earth. What we are living today is the formation of the distributed nervous system of a metaorganism, in which human beings are the cells. A reassuring environment for us, but one where each individual will count increasingly less. A hugely complex, world-wide organism which makes Homo, while more communicans, also increasingly less sapiens.

43 review for The Amazing Journey of Reason: from DNA to Artificial Intelligence (SpringerBriefs in Computer Science)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alexandre Ramalho

    I would rate this book between a 4 and a 4,5/5. It tackles an exceptionally interesting topic, that is the one about structures complexity and intelligent systems, which is a topic that I found myself thinking about very often. The only reason I don't give full 5 stars is because I felt there were some forced mathematical formulas/technical terms into the mix, just to give it a more scientific look. I consider myself with an above average level of knowledge in Artificial Intelligence and got some I would rate this book between a 4 and a 4,5/5. It tackles an exceptionally interesting topic, that is the one about structures complexity and intelligent systems, which is a topic that I found myself thinking about very often. The only reason I don't give full 5 stars is because I felt there were some forced mathematical formulas/technical terms into the mix, just to give it a more scientific look. I consider myself with an above average level of knowledge in Artificial Intelligence and got some trouble following some line of thoughts in the latter chapters (Back matter). But the vast majority of the book was definitely a pleasant read, full of sources. You can tell the author is well informed and is a bright individual. Easy read, definitely recommend; but could have been even easier.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Andrea

    Okay so I had a very specific motivation for reading this book and it ended up not being what I expected it to be. I'm not mad though, because it meant I got to read this book that I probably would not have read otherwise. This was a good read. Easy to follow for the most part, accessibly written and very interesting. It made me laugh a few times too, which I love. Also big yay for this being open access!! Okay so I had a very specific motivation for reading this book and it ended up not being what I expected it to be. I'm not mad though, because it meant I got to read this book that I probably would not have read otherwise. This was a good read. Easy to follow for the most part, accessibly written and very interesting. It made me laugh a few times too, which I love. Also big yay for this being open access!!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Vittoria Taddi

    For a hungry mind I strongly recommend it!

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